During November and December the African Bat Conservation (ABC) team moved outside of Liwonde National Park to conduct research in villages on the edge of the park. Research Assistant Toni Hubancheva was there to tell Central African Wilderness Safaris how it went..
Once again, Mvuu Camp closed its doors to guests for two weeks during December, to host Children in the Wildernesses (CITW) annual environmental camp. Over the course of two weeks 90 children who volunteer at the Eco-Clubs of local schools stayed at Mvuu Camp where they engaged in activities designed to facilitate sustainable conservation through leadership development.
Children in the Wilderness (CITW) recently said thank you to some its dedicated Eco Club members at Nanthomba Primary School with a trip to Mvuu Camp in Liwonde National Park. Eco Club organiser Orsi Bedo tells us how it went.
Following last months rhino capture, we caught up with wildlife vet Amanda Salb who gave us some insight into what it takes to do her job, and how exactly you manage to fit horn transmitters to a 1400 kg animal!?!
October saw the capture of two of Liwonde National Parks most elusive rhinos; Jabesi and Namandanje, who became the last of the parks rhino population to be fitted with VHF transmitters. To date Jabesi and Namandanje have eluded capture due to their...
In just their first few weeks of trapping the African Bat Conservation have found a new species for Malawi - the beautiful white-bellied house bat (Scotophilus leucogaster), alongside an extremely rare species the light winged lesser house bat (Scotoecus ablofucus)!
Central African Wilderness Safaris new fleet of mountain bikes were recently put to the test, when a team of riders from Europe braved the Malawian summer heat to take part in the Blantyre to Nkhoma mission bike tour.
Team rider Richard Slater was there to give a firsthand account of life in the saddle;...