Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gamba back to Moulondo

Monday June 17     We are well into the dry season and the scientists are returning to Moulondo for the next phase of study.  I will be accompanying them, leaving on Wednesday June 19 for another six weeks of … Continue reading

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San rock paintings

Drakensberg Mountains, South Africa The San people of southern Africa have created a profound collection of rock paintings.  At least 15,000 sites are known in South Africa, many of them hidden among rock shelters in the Drakensberg Mountains, a range … Continue reading

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Igaru Lagoon

The lagoon between Igaru River and the sea lies tranquil beneath the gnarled and twisted limbs of ancient trees.  The arching forest canopy reverberates with the chiew-chiew-chiew of the sparrowhawk as it vaults from its perch, carving a path through … Continue reading

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