Volunteering With Kenyan Wildlife…

Just in case someone thinks we are just being on a vacation you’ll find below our busy timetable as well as the additional tasks and a map of our location. Outdoor amenities Yes, we live in the bush… Quizz with the students at Koiyaki Guiding School Students wearing their traditional Massai cloths which the also […]

via Our last week volunteering in Kenya with African Impact — Marietta & Markus auf dem Gringo Trail durch Central America


Tanzanian Wildlife Experiences…

It’s taken some time to feel ready to write anything about Tanzania. I think some of it was I didn’t know how I felt about it once we returned home and some of it I just wanted to keep it all to myself. I also didn’t write notes, which was stupid. But, now is the […]

via 7 Days 7 Experiences – Our time in Tanzania — The Non Backpacker


Eleven African Lions were found poisoned in Queen Elisabeth National Park in Uganda. Cattle herders are suspect, as this problem is serious and continues to grow with  the Uganda Wildlife Authority  unable to control this.

Greater effort is needed here!

Serengeti National Park- Africa’s most famous!

Serengeti National Park is the most famous national park in Africa, renown by hosting the largest mammal migration in the world.Every year hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras migrate from the Serengeti plains to the Mara in search of greener pastures and water. The vast park consists mainly in open grasslands in the the […]


Rare Baboon Action-must see!

Photographer Evan Schiller and Lisa Holzwarth were on a game drive in the northern Botswana’s Selinda Camp when they came across a big troop of baboons charging through the bush. “30-40 baboons were heading in our general direction making a lot of noise,” Lisa recalls. The baboons were obviously frightened by something and they all […]

via Baby Baboon saved by Brave Dad and Sacrifice of Mum. — Old Guv Legends

Awesome Tanzanian Safari!

We’ve never seen so many big cats. More than 50 lions, cheetahs, and leopards over 6 days. Not to mention scores of elephants, Cape buffalo, and giraffes, and hundreds, probably thousands, of zebra, gazelles, and wildebeests. Oh, and while we’re at it, throw in some jackals, hyenas, scrub hares, mongooses, and countless species of weird […]

via awesome tanzanian safari — vida en el camino

Humans Elbowing Out Wild Creatures…

Release from the FieldMuseum.org Study found that human-modified landscapes shrink mammal movements by up to half Human beings take up a lot of real estate — around 50-70 percent of the Earth’s land surface. And our increasing footprint affects how mammals of all sizes, from all over the planet, move. A study recently published by […]

via Humans take up too much space — and it’s affecting how mammals move — Straight from the Horse’s Heart