BUSH WHISPERS

Daktari to the Rescue

IMAGINE  performing a major ophthalmic operation in the African bush on a full-grown, wild,  untameable lion, made irritable by long-continued..

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Life at the top

You can never mistake a giraffe – or forget her. She’s been on our planet for well on millions of years and, although her shape has changed to suit the times, she’s holding her own and still operating – literally – at top level.

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Bedtime story

This tale from “Tales of the Full Moon” by Sue Hart is beautifully recited by Virginia McKenna. It is a lovely bedtime story for children about how wonderful the Honey Bee is.

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Genial Hosts

Nature really has forged the most wondrous and the strangest associations in her giant, dynamic multi-web of life; strange because we yet understand so little of the remarkable linkage system which binds and interlocks every item in the complex formula.

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Rolling home… the life of the dung beetle

It is just not the big game to look out for in bush explorations, there are myriads of marvellous creatures..

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A Prayer for Mother Earth

…and because life is so dangerous, so difficult for so many in the whole world we speak a prayer for
peace, as we all do as the dawn rises each day

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My name is Push Up

A rhino mother shot. Poached. Horns gone. A little rhino baby crying at its mother’s side. Its name is Push Up. This is his story.

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Big Cats – Cheetahs

Cheetahs are the smallest of the Big Cats: they are the fastest animals in the world and are specialist hunters..

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Grass

Perhaps early man learned to use grass when he saw birds eating the seed.  He tasted the seed, liked it..

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Creatures of the air

Birds are surely the most beautiful and colourful of all creatures on earth. They live in many places: on seashores, riverbanks, mountains, in forests and deserts and even in cities.

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Tales goes east

“Tales of the Full Moon is dedicated to those who strive to protect the wild treasures that have been put..

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Insect Antics

So how do invertebrates actually help to run our world?  Pollinating insects such as bees, moths, butterflies, ants, flower beetles..

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Trees for the earth

One tree we in Africa can never forget is the umbrella thorn tree, also known as acacia tortilis.  The crown..

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Calls of the wild

“However often you journey into the wild, each experience brings new impressions, new and renewed astonishment at the marvellous beauty..

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Photographic Safari – Tales of the Full Moon

“It is my wish that children and adults will learn the wisdom of nature from “Tales of the Full Moon”…

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HAIRY MOMENTS IN THE BUSH

How I  ended up a little too close for comfort to some of my  subjects, while on a photographic safari..

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