After much blood, sweat, and tears, Limpokwena Nature Reserve has completed one of our short-term conservation projects. We dropped fences along 7.5 km of the Limpopo River, which winds grandly through our pocket of the Bushveld next to Botswana. This has allowed all kinds of furry, feathered, and scaly visitors to come for a holiday in South Africa. Limpokwena’s dream is to do away with all fences, except for the electric fence protecting our accommodation. We will get there eventually, but want to share the magic of our new animal tourists – truly wild elephant herds coming and going as they wish. Animal autonomy for the win! Seeing these behemoths at Limpokwena Nature Reserve under their own free will is wonderful. (more…)