Author Archive | Peter Baxter

Serengeti Shall Not Die

When I finally boarded an aircraft at PDX after grappling for almost a week with flight delays and diversions, thanks to the European volcanic ash saga, I had under my arm a companion book that I thought was quite appropriate for this journey.  In the late 1950s Bernhard Grzimek, a German biologist, conservation zealot and […]

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Chimanimani under pressure

If a certain weariness has come to characterize the global response to the African crisis it is not without some justification There are indeed times when crisis seems to be the one denominator that is common to the whole region, and so, when another incidence is added to the lengthy list, especially one with merely […]

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