Watch: Safari Diaries Reaches 100th Episode

By March 27, 2019 Uncategorized No Comments
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The wildly wonderful Safari Diaries videos that Robin Pope Safaris releases every week reached a major milestone in March!

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Elephants take a drink from the Shire River © Robin Pope Safaris

On Monday the 25th of March, Robin Pope Safaris aired their 100th YouTube episode of Safari Diaries, the much-loved weekly series of African wildlife videos taken whilst on safari in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. From large cats on the hunt for their next meal to cute baby baboons getting up to mischief and water-birds going fishing, Safari Diaries is a fantastic opportunity to get out of the office and go on safari.

Watch: Safari Diaries – 100th Episode

The centenary episode features a feathery family affair of Southern Ground Hornbills and we are given a glimpse the lives of these long-lashed black and red beauties. They live in groups, consisting of a dominant, monogamous breeding pair that raise one chick, with their older offspring and mostly males helping the pair in defending the territory and rearing the chick. Just fascinating!

Watch: Safari Diaries – Official 2018 Trailer

To celebrate this special achievement, the Robin Pope Safaris team took a trip down memory lane and shared the stunning 2018 official trailer once again on their social media platforms. Safari Diaries offers you the chance to escape to Africa at the start of each new week. In each of the 60 second wildlife videos, you are taken along on safari through the Zambian, Zimbabwean and Malawian wilderness, all whilst experiencing and learning about the creatures that call the bush home.

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A pied kingfisher with its catch for the day © Robin Pope Safaris

You can subscribe to Safari Diaries for your weekly dose of the wild African bush here.

Robin Pope Safaris

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