American bison and other wildlife in Yellowstone National Park
Over the years much of America’s expansive Great Plains have vanished due to human development, but there are still some grasslands that glow with the pureness of the prairie. A prairie area in the northeastern quadrant of Colorado, one that I love, is the Pawnee National Grasslands. In the U.S., the Great Plains lie […]
This 4 November 2018 video is called Tswapong | Botswana‘s Wild Kingdoms | Wild Things Documentary.
This March 2018 video is called African Wildlife Documentary Film – Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa – 1 hour.
Kruger has more Leopards than Warthogs – or that’s what the statistics are telling me, and statistics don’t lie ………. do they? So where on earth did that statistic come from? Well, we spent a week in Kruger without seeing a single Warthog, yet we had two Leopard sightings during that same week, so on the face […]
Western Watersheds Project “The agency plans to build new fences, refurbish stock ponds, install a cattle guard, create new monitoring programs using Park Service staff, and allow trailing in a closed allotment, all at taxpayer expense…” Kanab, UT – Late last Friday, the National Park Service announced its controversial plan to allow continued livestock grazing […]
It is the Heritage Day long weekend in South Africa, and yesterday we packed the Duster with picnic baskets and grandparents and set out for a most enjoyable morning at our local Rietvlei Nature Reserve. Large sections of the reserve have recently received management burns to clear moribund grass cover (fire being an essential component […]