Honey Badger Diaries Story 2: There’s a honey badger on my stoep!


Life in the bush is certainly interesting, as is any encounter with the fearless honey badger. When we launched the Honey Badger Diaries we invited everyone to submit their own stories, whether funny or scary, about their encounter with this interesting creature. The following story was sent in by Rob Baird. There’s a honey badger […]

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Birdlife in the Timbavati

Woodland Kingfisher

Birdlife in the Timbavati is generally really good, but during the summer months it can be exceptional. From the distinctive call of the Woodland Kingfisher, known as the ‘Sound of summer’, to the loud raucous call of the Lilac Breasted Roller, listening to the various calls during summer months is really special. Many travellers come to the […]

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The Timbavati Bush School reopened

The Timbavati Bush School, which educates learners from 35 schools in the Timbavati area teaching the fundamental facts and processes for conservation and environmental awareness, recently reopened and Tanda Tula was there to support and celebrate. The new bush school features a fully equipped lecture room and expanded accommodation for future students. In fact, the new […]

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