Moro Habitat
News and views of conservation and wildlife.

The return of the rhino
Issue 5 (November 2009) Four young rhinos called Unongo, Koshi, Fiona and Appaloosa, have been moved from the far north of Namibia to the country’s far south.
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Don't fence them in
Issue 5 (November 2009) Another step has been taken to achieve a fence-free Namib Desert.
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Rock art etiquette
Issue 5 (November 2009) Namibian rock art is believed to have been carved or painted by the ancestors of Bushmen thousands of years ago. With your help, it can survive thousands more.
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Rhino monitoring
Issue 4 (May 2009) Extra ‘rhino monitors’ are being drafted in to observe, record and protect rhino populations in Namibia. The monitors – or field scouts – are a crucial tool in the conservation of the black rhino which lives on conservancies and private land.
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Comings and goings at NamibRand
Issue 4 (May 2009) Giraffe and zebra at NamibRand Nature Reserve....
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Cinderella's chamber-made
Issue 4 (May 2009) The Cinderella waxbill is a stunning little bird that is found only in Kunene in Namibia and just across the border in Angola.
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Camera snap
Issue 4 (May 2009) A curious young lion was caught on film moments before he ripped out a new waterhole webcam and used it as a toy.
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Phantom of Etosha
Issue 4 (May 2009) On a morning game drive in the Okondeka region of Etosha, an eerie snow-white ghost appeared out the bush – an albino black-backed jackal.
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Rhino for Erongo Mountains
Issue 3 (November 2008) Dr Hu Berry is one of Namibia’s leading naturalists. He has been the country’s chief ornithologist as well as chief biologist at the Namib Naukluft National Park and at Etosha. Now retired, he still trains guides. Here he tells us about his latest project.
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Wild dogs spotted at Waterberg
Issue 3 (November 2008) On our way from Windhoek to Waterberg we always find a variety of antelopes and birds writes Jan Mohrdieck, a guide with Namibia Expeditions, CC Africa.
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