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For ten years, I’ve helped tell the stories of Africa’s wild places. I’ve interviewed anti-poaching rangers, photographed the work of wildlife researchers, and been fortunate to explore some of the continent’s most beautiful wilderness. These are just a few of those stories.


28th October 2014 Kruger catch-up – Week 9 – ending at Pafuri’s Thula Mela

So, this is my last blog post from my last week in Kruger, w...

27th October 2014 Kruger catch-up – week 8 – Mopani, Shingwedzi and Sirheni

During week 8 and 9 of my Kruger trip, the good folks from 5...

26th October 2014 Kruger Catch up – Week 7 – Wild dogs and big male leopard at Shimuwini

Shimuwini Camp is one of my favourite places to stay in Krug...

25th October 2014 Kruger Catch-up – Week 6 – Difficult leopard and not much else (not really)

You have to work a bit harder at spotting wildlife in the Ol...

24th October 2014 Kruger Catch Up – Week 5 – Another leopard (sigh)

Things were a bit quiet this week on the wildlife front. Oli...

23rd October 2014 Kruger catch-up – Week 4 – Lower Sabie, Satara and Talamati

From today, I'm catching up on my Kruger blog posts, because...

12th October 2014 White Lions! What a way to end…

I've finished! My second Year in the Wild is over, and I hav...

28th August 2014 Third week in Kruger: pretty lady on a rock

The veld in Kruger is all brown and amber, because it's the ...

19th August 2014 Kruger – My second week: Leopard! And flying with General Jooste

I spent the past week at Malelane and Berg-en-Dal camps in t...

18th August 2014 Full interview with Kruger’s anti-poaching chief General Johan Jooste

There’s a small sign above Major-General Johan Jooste’s ...

10th August 2014 Kruger – My first week: Lions, kingfishers and on foot with ellies

I'm in the Kruger National Park for two months in August and...

16th July 2014 Death of the kings – Tembe’s elephants in danger

Within a few months, Africa has lost two of her finest sons....