At 10:19 23/08/1999 +1000, you wrote:
>Could anybody help me re a trip to southern Africa I am planning.
>Basically 6 of us plan to bird watch and explore natural history and
>sculpture in Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia. I guess it's the normal
>tourist route - Harare -Vic Falls and Wanki, Vumba Hills, Greater Zimbabwe,
>Okavango, Etosha, Damaraland, Walvis Bay coastal region and the dunes. I
>am also very very keen on southern Nambia.
>Basically I am trying to contact a professional guide/trip organiser who I
>can trust to put it all together but they have to have very good ecology
>and natural history credentials - ideally birds, mammals and plants. And
>won't exhaust us trying to squeeze out the biggest bird list possible - we
>want a good balance between birds and the other stuff.
>Does anybody out there know of anybody I could contact who is in this sort
>of business in Zimbabwe or Namibia?
>thank you everybody
Take a squiz at my web page, Birding in Zimbabwe at
I hope that it might answer some of your questions, get on to me
if you want more details and have a great trip
Pete (ex-Zim) Woodall
who has no commercial interest, etc, etc
Dr Peter Woodall email =
Division of Vet Pathology & Anatomy
School of Veterinary Science & An. Prod. Phone = +61 7 3365 2300
The University of Queensland Fax = +61 7 3365 1355
Brisbane, Qld, Australia 4072 WWW = http://www.uq.edu.au/~anpwooda
"hamba phezulu" (= "go higher" in isiZulu)
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