Bob Poole who is living and filming for PBS in Gorongosa for 1.5 years interviewed our students this week.
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By Bob Poole - This mysterious lioness disappeared with our collared male lion for the last four days while his Satellite data...
By Bob Poole - I set my hide up on the Mussicadzi River in Gorongosa National Park yesterday evening so that I could film a...
By Bob Poole - After spending a fantastic month in Gorongosa, film crew Emre Izat, Marla Hettinger and John Mans leave today...
This is the Sungue Pride in Gorongosa that has five new cubs this year.
I've been on the biodiversity survey for two weeks now and we have had some amazing adventures!
My first assignment when I arrived in Gorongosa was to help the lion research team satellite collar a big male lion.
We are lucky to be under a tin roof during the driving rains. Behind me, there’s Mozambique hard wood moving north to Tanzania.
We left our camp in on the beach and headed down the beautiful coast road in southern Tanzania.