Spend March in Africa: A Tanzanian Safari

I’d like to invite you to join an incredible Tanzania safari with animal expert, Mary Healy, Director of the Sacramento Zoo, February 20-March 5, 2013.

If you’ve always wanted to take a safari to see the wildebeest migration, the Big Five, and the beauty of Tanzania’s parks and people, this is your opportunity!  This group itinerary currently has nine travelers and has space for a single, double or triple.  Enjoy an intimate trip with people who love animals!

The trip destination highlights are:

Tarangire National Park
Ngorongoro Crater & Conservation Area
Serengeti National Park
Lake Eyasi
Lake Manyara National Park

For complete details please view the detailed itinerary and contact Anne today to reserve your spot!

‘Cheetahs on the Edge’: National Geographic Video of World’s Fastest Runner

Cheetahs on the Edge–Director’s Cut from Gregory Wilson on Vimeo. Mesmerizing, isn’t it? National Geographic, which shot this video for its November issue and offered to share it with ABC News, points out that cheetahs are the world’s fastest runners, though they have not been…

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Chimpanzees Have Policemen, Too



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Conflicts are inevitable wherever there is cohabitation. This is no different with our closest relatives, the chimpanzees. Sound conflict management is crucial for group cohesion. Individuals in chimpanzee communities also ensure that there is peace and order in their group. This form of conflict management…

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Unlikely Animal Pair: Aging Gorilla, Bunny Are New Pals

Do opposites attract?  Apparently so —  in the animal kingdom – where unlikely animal pairs have been known to spark special friendships. Take Samantha, an elderly western lowland gorilla at the Erie Zoo in Pennsylvania, who has found a new buddy in a Dutch rabbit named Panda. At the…

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