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Lilac Breasted Roller by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Limpopo Birding
Over the few years that I have been writing the birding articles for Country Life, I have been extremely privileged to travel to a host of fantastic destinations and to encounter many of the special birds that this country has to offer. One long-planned trip took me through the far northern reaches of South Africa and allowed me to...
Woodland Kingfisher by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Limpopo Birding
After spending years growing up in the bushveld, I really thought that I knew how to read an African Elephant’s behaviour but in this case I was wrong, very wrong! I reversed as fast as possible with the engine of my small car screaming and with five or so tons of angry elephant bull bearing down on me and...
Yellow Billed Hornbill by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Limpopo Birding
I remember well the first time that I visited Punda Maria in the northern reaches of the Kruger National Park. I had just turned off the main road between Shingwedzi and Pafuri and onto the final stretch to the camp, when a large male leopard leapt out of a tree and sauntered across the road in front of me....
Meeves Starling by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Limpopo Birding
There is something absolutely magical about the Pafuri basin in the summer months, with the constant calling of endless birds and insects, the stately Leadwood trees that are hundreds of years old and the massive Baobabs which age into the thousands of years. Thick, lush, green vegetation along the Lhuvuvu and Limpopo Rivers hides herds of buffalo and elephant...
Swee Waxbills by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Limpopo Birding
Mist swirling around the tops of mountains always has a mystical and peaceful feeling for me and on this trip it seemed particularly apt as I drove ever upwards along twisting roads in the Magoebaskloof to Kurisa Moya Nature Lodge - which translated means “tranquil spirit”. Passing ancient trees and bubbling forest streams, I wound the windows of my...
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