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Listening To Butterflies

Reviewed by Juliet Barnes If you judge a book by its cover – and title – Listening to Butterflies is going to be a good one:…

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Word From The Editor

This issue finds us flying north to Kenya’s stunning semi-arid country, where Shaba, Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves preserve the legacy of George and Joy…

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I was greatly impressed on my recent visit to Ol Pejeta Conservancy, situated conveniently close to Nanyuki Airstrip where Airkenya’s scheduled flight lands daily. There are only four camps on Ol Pejeta…

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INSECTS of East Africa

By Dino J. Martins (Published by Struik Nature, Cape Town, 2014) “This book is inspired by and dedicated to the many young naturalists, students and communities that I have had…

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White Dog Fell From the Sky

This is the best novel I’ve read for a long time – I place it up there with my old favourites The Help and Purple Hibiscus.…

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Our thoughts and prayers remain with families who lost loved ones during the attack on northern Kenya’s Garissa University in early April. But we certainly shouldn’t…

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It seems that not all overseas tourists are sitting at home: The Serena Group tell us why a Welsh Couple, the Smalls, keep coming back to…

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One of the best things about flying out of Wilson is heading out over Nairobi National Park, such a unique expanse of wilderness right beside the…