We wish all of our readers, authors and photographers a Happy New Year and are delighted to announce the results of our latest photo competition. Jane Gross wins First Prize with her inspiring image ‘Evening Elephant with Impala’. Dana Allen is awarded Second Prize with ‘To Get to the Other Side’ and Marcel de Bruin […]
After the hunting of some of the big lions near Hwange, this amazing young male lion (Panthera leo) looks set to start his own pride in the area. Let’s hope he has a better fate. Photo taken at Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.
An Elephant (Loxodonta africana) crosses the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe in search of greener pastures. The river, which acts as a border for the two countries, is no barrier at all for the resident elephant population. Zambezi River, Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia.
At the current rate of poaching, the rhinoceros as a species will become extinct in the wild within this youngsters lifetime. Can we allow that to happen? Let us all help in some way in order to give this amazing little guy a future of hope. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Zambia.
Elephants are very tactile creatures. They use their trunks as multipurpose tools to assist them in, among other things: drinking, feeding, fighting, playing, caressing, smelling, admonishing, caring, exploring, and… just saying “hi”. Okavango Delta, Botswana.