Finding the Wild Dog’s Den

Finding the Wild Dog’s Den

Finding the Wild Dog’s Den By: Limpopo-Lipadi | Date: Oct 27, 2023 | Reserve Co-owners Paul and Cheryl have a very strong passion for our wild dog population. With the arrival of puppies, they could not restrain themselves and set up camp at the possible den...
Wild dog with snare

Wild dog with snare

Wild dog with snare By: Limpopo-Lipadi | Date: Jul 29, 2023 | Conservation Recently a young wild dog male was identified with a wire snare injury to the neck. It was decided to give it a day or two to see if the dog would manage to dislodge the snare by itself, and...
Vultures’ bacchanal

Vultures’ bacchanal

Nature is not always pretty and for most animals it is eat or be eaten, for survival. So, if an accident or a fight happens and an animal dies this may be seen as sad, but it also provides a lot of food for a host of animals. Like in this instance. Some weeks ago, two...

Such luck to witness real-time conservation

Shareholders Guido and Nancy were fortunate enough to witness a couple of conservation projects during their stay at Limpopo-Lipadi. Here is the story of their first adventure, the relocation of some of our lions to other parts of Botswana: “The day after we arrived...

Wildebeest Re-introduction

At the end of October 2021, we released 124 blue wildebeest into Limpopo-Lipadi. This intervention has been coordinated to follow the translocation of the lion from Limpopo-Lipadi to Tununga and Nogaatsha. The wildebeest were deliberately captured in herd context, and...

To Be an Acacia, or a Vachellia, That’s the Question!

In 1986, Australian botanist, taxonomist and geneticist, Leslie Pedley, made the suggestion that Acacias be divided into three groups, as it was generally felt that the genus, acacia—with 1 400 species—was too complicated. According to him, the Acacia should only...