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Carnivore Stories from Botswana

Carnivore Stories from Botswana

WWF April 18, 2018 0

Botswana is one of five adjacent countries within whose borders lies KAZA, the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, the world’s largest transboundary conservation area. While KAZA is important as the stronghold of half of Africa’s

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Botswana’s Okavango Delta: The Beating Heart of KAZA

Botswana’s Okavango Delta: The Beating Heart of KAZA

WWF February 28, 2018 0

Our Cessna was 5 minutes north of Maun, Botswana, when the landscape changed dramatically. Gone was the dry savanna scrub that had defined the Kalahari and so much of Botswana. In its place were

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Five Surprising Things You Learn While Traveling in KAZA

Five Surprising Things You Learn While Traveling in KAZA

WWF March 29, 2017 0

After many years of writing for WWF and our efforts to create KAZA, a giant protected area spanning five countries in southern Africa, some might think there wouldn’t be anything left for me to

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Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season  (and three reasons why some people might not)

Five reasons you’ll love traveling in KAZA during green season (and three reasons why some people might not)

WWF July 20, 2016 0

Southern Africa’s “green season” (December – April) is the off season for tourist travel—which makes it a great reason to visit then, as I recently discovered on Natural Habitat Adventure’s trip Botswana: Kalahari, the

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Wildebeests No Longer Hold the Record for Longest Terrestrial Migration: Zebras Take Over the Title

Wildebeests No Longer Hold the Record for Longest Terrestrial Migration: Zebras Take Over the Title

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 10, 2014 9

Africa’s Great Migration has long been a symbol of the continent’s abundant wildlife. The Serengeti Plains fill with millions of wildebeests and other animals, all traveling from the Ngorongoro region in Tanzania to the

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