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An update from Cathy Buckle in Zimbabwe about Innocent Victims and justice served 20 years after Zimbabwe's land invasions

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An update from Cathy Buckle in Zimbabwe about Innocent Victims and justice served 20 years after Zimbabwe's land invasions

Guilty during land reform The rainy season in Zimbabwe has taken hold and everywhere is green and soggy under dark purple skies. It’s the time of year when lightning rips across the sky and thunder rattles windows in their frames. Pounding rain and hail storms are the order of the day and the roads are slick and slippery, decorated with treacherous potholes.   On a recent journey heading north west in Zimbabwe the signs along the highway were for ‘sadza and chips,’ a strange combination best left to your imagination. On the roadsides women were selling mangoes, wild fruits and...

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Everything you want to know about ... THE HARE

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Everything you want to know about ... THE HARE

A thorough and enjoyable natural history of The Hare, an illusive and much loved species. 

This book is all you need to know all abut the ways of the hare, its behaviour, distribution, interaction with humans through history and survival.

With 230 stunning colour photographs, by talented wildlife photographer David Mason, include pictures of hare behaviour never caught on camera before. This is a book that is informative and beautiful to look at. 

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A video of the making of the lino print that illustrated My Friends who don't have Dogs a book by Anna Levin

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A video of the making of the lino print that illustrated My Friends who don't have Dogs a book by Anna Levin
A video of the making of the lino print that illustrated My Friends who don't have Dogs a book by Anna Levin.

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Ranthambore tiger reserve sighting from the protected reserve

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Ranthambore tiger reserve sighting from the protected reserve

Jim Corbett was an expert huntsman, conservationist and founder of the Corbett Nature Reserve, and author of Man-Eaters of Kumaon. Jim Corbett is the subject of a new biography written by Duff Hart-Davis, Hero of Kumaon.

This photo was taken 12 hours from the Corbett Tiger Reserve by Dr. Johnsingh

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Richard Barrett - Photographing Polar Bears, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Canada

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Richard Barrett - Photographing Polar Bears, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Canada
Richard Barrett, the author of Wild World, has been on a trip to Churchill, Hudson Bay, in Canada to photograph Polar Bears. His photos are truly stunning and are testament to his skills as a photographer. If you would like to follow in his footsteps his book, Wild World provides advice and tips on travel and photography to take photos of iconic wildlife.

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