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The Maasai Mara seen through the eyes of one of Africa’s finest guides.

Standing over six feet tall, a man swathed in a colourful Masai shuka strolled confidently toward us. Arms stretched out, welcoming us with a warm and friendly hug. Meet Jackson Looseyia, one of Africa’s finest field guides and former presenter of BBC’s Big Cat Live….

Autumn 2014 press features

In the Autumn of 2014 we were lucky to have a number of our images published online and in print. Here are just a few! Click here to view Daily Mail Online            

Leaving Moremi……anyone for more Wild dog!

After four days of spending morning and evenings with the dogs we finally had to bid farewell to our canid friends. We were both terribly sad to have to leave them as in the short time that we had spent with them we had grown…

Wild Dog den – a dream come true!

After a hot and dusty drive, yet this time with the confidence we had all gears in working order we arrived at Third Bridge campsite. As per usual we enquired at the camp office as to what game had been seen recently, with our attention…

Botswana adventures begin, but not without a few hiccups!

Our latest adventure takes us back to one of our favourite African locations, Botswana. As our own land rover is still based in Kenya and too far to drive down to Bots we hired a land rover through Bushlore. Upon arriving in Maun we immediately…

Golden mantled ground squirrel munches on a dandelion. Short video

Cute Golden mantled ground squirrel lets us get up close and personal for this short video. Jasper National Park, Canada. June 2014 Posted with Blogsy

Short video of a black bear feeding

Black Bear Feeding on roadside verges. Jasper National Park, Canada. June 2014 Posted with Blogsy

Finally the ‘holy grail’!

It is with a heavy heart that we are now having  to say goodbye to Canada. Two weeks have passed by in an absolute flash, but sadly all good things have to come to an end at some point. We can certainly return to the…

Tracks and signs all around

Sometimes part of the fun with wildlife is looking for tracks and signs and this trip has proved no exception. Even though the last couple of days have been much quieter on the bear front (apart from finding a new set of black bear cubs)…