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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

Tsavo – where the heart grows fonder…

Always great to get stories straight from the field. Our Kenya Gappers took some time out from wallowing in the mangrove mud and sent this little story of their week assisting the Baraka Mangrove Conservation group. Thanks for sharing! And if anyone has an article or blog or would like to write one on their experiences with us, please drop us a line... We set out Monday morning ready to journey to Camp Makongeni and begin our week of marine...

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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

What a day!

Gap Year in Borneo with Eva Reda gets really exciting to read every single time she gets us a blog update. The last we heard from her blog hereåÊ she was going to take up a Open Water Dive courseåÊ ‰Û_ What has she been up to in her second month in the program? Hello! Hope you're all well! Get comfy in your seats now, because this blog is going to be a long (but hopefully informative) one... As promised,...

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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

The Sunny Sands Of Diani

It's always best second time round. Spotted on on the Facebook Group page for Tanzania (thank you for making my day!): And for more on "solving everyday problems with African ingenuity", check out Afrigadget

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Reported by 1 on 23rd February 2016

Giant Turtle Release!

Not so long ago, this 80,000-acre piece of land was home to a slowly failing cattle ranch. Overgrazing of cattle turned the fields to dust, poachers slipped on and off the ranch with ease, and squatters settled in, farming and building mud and thatch huts along the ranch‰Ûªs critical rainwater basin. Then in 1998 Wildlife Works took over the management of the ranch. They immediately moved the cattle from the land, began unarmed patrols to remove any snares set for...

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