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Here we go

  • August 19, 2018
Here we go

Why write a travel blog? Very often we make the decision to write a blog to try to share experiences with friends, or even strangers, with the intention of giving advice or views. I recently started my new adventure and I thought, “Why not try to share it?” However, instead of using words, my true intent is to impress you with my images. This isn’t because I consider myself a great photographer -I simply believe the subjects that immortalize somehow by themselves are organic masterpieces. Nature is wonderful! I'm certainly not a luxury traveler, I'm just a fan of all that is wild and natural....

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Twenty-fourth stage: Portland – Jefferson City

  • September 23, 2018
Twenty-fourth stage: Portland – Jefferson City

Twenty-fourth stage: Portland - Jefferson City

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Twenty-third stage: Hermann – Portland

  • September 23, 2018
Twenty-third stage: Hermann – Portland

Twenty-third stage: Hermann - Portland

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Twenty-second stage: Defiance (MO) – Hermann

  • September 23, 2018
Twenty-second stage: Defiance (MO) – Hermann

Twenty-second stage: Defiance (MO) - Hermann

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Twenty-first stage: St Louis – Defiance (MO)

  • September 19, 2018
Twenty-first stage: St Louis – Defiance (MO)

Twenty-first stage: St Louis - Defiance (MO)

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Twentieth stage: Carlinville – St Louis

  • September 19, 2018
Twentieth stage: Carlinville – St Louis

Twentieth stage: Carlinville - St Louis

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Rhino poachers nabbed after 60km chase into Mozambique

  • September 18, 2018
Rhino poachers nabbed after 60km chase into Mozambique

Rhino poachers nabbed after 60km chase into Mozambique It started late at night‚ when rangers heard the crackle of gunfire shatter the peace of the Kruger National Park. It took until after sunrise before the ensuing drama ended‚ following a gruelling 60km hot-pursuit operation deep into Mozambican territory. Two more rhinos lay dead‚ with part of their faces hacked off – the latest casualties in the rhino wars that have claimed the lives of more than 7‚000 rhinos and an undisclosed number of human casualties over the last decade. But this time‚ the killers did not slip...

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Nearly 100 elephants killed for ivory in Botswana

  • September 17, 2018
Nearly 100 elephants killed for ivory in Botswana

Nearly 100 elephants killed for ivory in Botswana Ninety elephant carcasses have been discovered in Botswana with their tusks hacked off, a charity said Tuesday, in what is believed to be one of Africa's worst mass poaching sprees. Most of the animals killed were large bulls carrying heavy tusks, Elephants Without Borders said. The grim discovery was made over several weeks during an aerial survey by scientists from Elephants Without Borders and Botswana's Department of Wildlife and National Parks. "We started flying the survey on July 10, and we have counted 90 elephant carcasses...

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Nineteenth stage: Springfield – Carlinville

  • September 16, 2018
Nineteenth stage: Springfield – Carlinville

Nineteenth stage: Springfield - Carlinville  

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Eighteenth stage: Williamsville – New Salem – Springfield

  • September 16, 2018
Eighteenth stage: Williamsville – New Salem – Springfield

Eighteenth stage: Williamsville - New Salem - Springfield

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AI powered listening posts are now helping to protect endangered elephants from poachers over 580-sq-miles in an …

  • September 16, 2018
AI powered listening posts are now helping to protect endangered elephants from poachers over 580-sq-miles in an …

AI powered listening posts are now helping to protect endangered elephants from poachers over 580-sq-miles in an African National park AI powered listening posts are now protecting endangered elephants from poachers over an area of 580 square miles in Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo. It means scientists can learn critical information about the elephants' habits and patterns in a fifth of the time they used to so park managers can be alerted about potential risks before it's too late. They are doing this by creating sensors that can distinguish low-frequency, long-duration...

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