African Wild Dogs return to Malawi

On 27 July 2021, 14 African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) were translocated successfully from South Africa and Mozambique to Liwonde National Park and Majete Wildlife Reserve, in an historic project to reintroduce this Endangered species to Malawi. The translocation was...

Steve’s Wildlife Management Aviation – The Tembe Ellies

Having spent two days of hard but exciting work, in a very successful 29 rhinos de-horning operation at Phinda Game Reserve, Zululand, the time came, to put the combined aviation and ground ‘Forces’ to work, in an elephant searching operation. Phinda and the Munyawana...

The Phinda dehorning mission

On the descent into my first arrival circuit, I had a sighting of a big pod of hippos – and once all tied down and covered up, I was greeted by the Phinda ATC – well kinda, as these fellows are a resident herd and seen in/around the airfield daily. [gallery...
African Wild Dogs return to Malawi

African Wild Dogs return to Malawi

On 27 July 2021, 14 African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) were translocated successfully from South Africa and Mozambique to Liwonde National Park and Majete Wildlife Reserve, in an historic project to reintroduce this Endangered species to Malawi. The translocation was undertaken through a...

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Steve’s Wildlife Management Aviation – The Tembe Ellies

Steve’s Wildlife Management Aviation – The Tembe Ellies

Having spent two days of hard but exciting work, in a very successful 29 rhinos de-horning operation at Phinda Game Reserve, Zululand, the time came, to put the combined aviation and ground ‘Forces’ to work, in an elephant searching operation. Phinda and the Munyawana Conservancy have had their...

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The Phinda dehorning mission

The Phinda dehorning mission

On the descent into my first arrival circuit, I had a sighting of a big pod of hippos – and once all tied down and covered up, I was greeted by the Phinda ATC – well kinda,...

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All creatures  – we fly them!

All creatures – we fly them!

All creatures big and small, young and old, land and water - we fly them! Two orphaned African clawless otter cubs, also known as Cape clawless otters, were flown to...

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