WE are proud to announce that tomorrow at 09h30 CAT (Central African Time) will be the first WEwalk show. This will be the first time in history that a bush walk has been broadcast LIVE.Pieter will take us on this historic walk through the bush on Djuma Game Reserve. He has extensive experience walking with [...]
Simon has come over all the way from the USA and boy does he have passion. This self confessed conservation addict loves nothing more than staying up all night and waiting for a sea turtle to hatch. Having lived all over the States and Canada, he started off learning about ecology in the boy scouts [...]
WE are proud to announce the second new show of the week ... WEchat. It's exactly what it sounds like, an opportunity to chat with our presenters LIVE. Starting tomorrow at 10h30 CAT (Central African Time) and every week day thereafter you will be able to log on to the specially created new chat room in [...]
In this WildEarth Behind The Scenes (WE-BiTS) Herman takes us down to Pieter's Pond. WE have had problems with the drainage of our grey water for some time, and several months ago Pieter decided to sort it out once and for all. He began the construction of a system of soak aways. In the end [...]
Pete has only been at WE a few weeks and he is already starting his own show ... WElearn. In this show Pete will tell us all about the little things that intrigue him at Djuma. A lot of the time he will teach us about the bird life, after all he is an avid twitcher [...]
So, WE saw lions again. Its amazing to think that so many cubs were killed by those Mapogos but slowly they are repopulating the area. It was a real treat to catch up with them all and see how they are doing. Very well by the look of the Styx pride. If you missed the [...]
A little late, but very good indeed. This is Herman's first WE-BiTS alone and WE are very impressed. It is a sad story. A goodbye to Marco, the previous producer of BiTS. Herman asks Marco several questions about what it was like to work at WildEarth and what his plans are now.
What a day so far, Texan and Rexon this morning with a whole lot of lions!! Mapogos, Kuhumas and Styx females. . .and some cubs! I just heard and saw from the big smiles back at camp this morning. It has been months since WE saw any, of these lions. I went back around noon [...]