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June/July 2019

June/July 2019

September 04, 2019 5 min read 1 Comment

The image of a lion walking along an isolated beach has captured the imagination of many filmmakers, scientists and wildlife enthusiasts...
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March/ April 2019

March/ April 2019

September 04, 2019 2 min read

Good wildlife photography used to be rare. Years ago when we found good images we were like kids discovering the secrets of sugar. We would salivate through magazines like National Geographic and metaphorically lick the sweet animal images off every page...
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December 2018/ January 2019

December 2018/ January 2019

September 04, 2019 2 min read

2018 was a year for the books and we at HPH Publishing thank you for your support.

We celebrated the launch of Vanishing Kings – Lions of the Namib Desert at the beginning of the year. The reprint of the helpful Kgalagadi Self-Drive Guide and Kruger Self-Drive are back on the shelves...

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September/ October 2018

September/ October 2018

September 04, 2019 3 min read

Two years ago, I began writing a similar article on travelling with toddlers during a monthlong project in the Kgalakgadi Transfrontier Park in summer. Our children were not yet human, the temperatures hovered just below 50⁰C and one of them tried to pick up a Parabuthus scorpion with his bare hands, causing my wife Dana to go into a state of neurotoxic shock...
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June/ July 2018

June/ July 2018

September 04, 2019 2 min read

The constantly evolving Savute ecosystem has produced an amazing array of unusual animal behaviour, but there are few sights that can rival that of a leopard actively fishing in flowing water. The hunt is silent and static: a motionless shadow hovering above a river of prey, the darting movement of a pair of gleaming eyes the only clue to the predator’s intentions.
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March/ April 2018

March/ April 2018

September 04, 2019 1 min read 1 Comment

The Kruger National Park is not only one of the best-known game reserves in Africa, it is also one of the most accessible. You don’t have to join a safari tour to explore the park, you can do it under your own steam.
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December 2017/ January 2018

December 2017/ January 2018

September 04, 2019 2 min read

The most spectacular season is undoubtedly early autumn (March to April) after good rains when the sun-baked dunes and riverbeds expose their ephemeral charm and produce flower gardens of exquisite splendour
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