I can’t begin to tell you how fantastic it was to go to the Northern Territory. I doubt any two trips could ever be the same as the vast landscapes, and the wildlife are changing constantly with the seasons. Based on thousands of years of Aboriginal knowledge, Kakadu National Park recognises that there are 6 […]

via Jumping Crocs in the Adelaide River, Northern Territory. — Sandra Broom


Since the year (2019) began, I have had an opportunity to have two field excursions on Lake Edward, obtaining samples of fish and characterizing the physical habitat and water conditions. As usual, this involves moving to predetermined sites, and with the help of a collection of tools such as gillnets, echosounders, GPS and others, we […]

via Crocodiles in lakes Edward and George: Where did they come from or did their fossils resurrect? — Laban Musinguzi Lab


If you ask locals what their favorite spot in Botswana is….more often than not I bet you will hear Khwai. People have been talking this place up for so long….we’ve been counting down the days to finally get here! The Khwai area, similar to Moremi was originally tribal land. The visionary local chief, decided to […]

via Camping at the Khwai Community Trust — The Adventures of G & T in AFRICA

Coinciding with its regional consultation with member states in Africa, CABI hosted a policy summit on invasive species in Gaborone, Botswana on 28 February. About 70 delegates representing policymakers, research, the private sector and civil society from across Africa gathered to learn about and discuss the impact of invasives as well as the technical and […]

via CABI announces major commitments in fight against invasive species — The Invasives Blog