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  • The South Bank Show

    OUT The Talek river is not the Rubicon, but has cachet all the same. Whilst legions of wildebeest march over…

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  • Game for an eco safari?….26 August ’12

    On a private Kenyan game reserve, the locals and the wildlife have formed a mutually rewarding relationship…. Two hours after…

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  • Wildebeest migration – where to watch it

    The Serengeti is inhabited by over 70 larger mammals and about 500 different birds. The annual migration kills off around…

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  • Horn of Plenty

      Southern African tribes call it ‘the time of the horns’ – the moment well before sunrise when a herd…

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  • Leopard look out!

    Joseph scratched his nose reflectively ‘clearly this is not a lion kill’ he remarked. Understandable, as the Reserve oxbows are…

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  • Kenya Gold

    The joy is un-alloyed as a Kenyan sprinter covers a scorching 800 metres in an astonishing personal best, before downing…

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  • Wild Beasts…

    Whatever the sport or hobby there is nothing like boasting new-found jargon, particularly cycling jargon. The Divine Sideburn led his charges out…

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  • Spot Meter

      Of all the animals it is the spotted ones that vie for the most podium time: leopards leaping like…

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  • Nature of the Beests

    The tour has arrived, the outriders, racing ahead like Froome or Cavendish are already approaching the Northern Conservancies, and some…

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  • High Plains Drifters

    The grasslands are a saturated emerald, sprinkled with showers falling like a Scotsman’s tears, washing the stems and buds clean. Familiar…

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  • Leopard In Bound Over River

    The term ‘rough diamond’ ( see where this is going ?) was originally an Australian phrase used to describe a…

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  • Laikipiahhhh!

      Venetia is almost a Kicheche institution, having run up over ten visits in the last nine years. The rarefied…

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