September 30, 2016

Whether your area of interest is studying, observation, or surveillance, a trail camera can be a fun tool for capturing close-up photos and video of wildlife or other people, remotely and discreetly. You can get clear, detailed images of animals without running the risk of scaring them off by strapping a camera to a tree or post and set it to take shots automatically while you go about your business elsewhere. You just don't know what you are going to get - and therein lies the fun of a trail cam. For anywhere around $100...

September 7, 2016

Despite the Botswana governments strict approach to poaching, 26 elephants were killed and tusked removed on the plains of the Chobe River.

“We've never had poaching here on this scale. In the two years of the Great Elephant Census which we've just completed, this is the worst single incident of poaching I've seen,” said conservationistMike Chase, of Elephants Without Borders (EWB).

Grant Woodrow of Wilderness Safaris, said tourism along the river could act as a brake on poaching (it was a Wilderness lodge that alerted Chase...

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