The birthday week involved a lot of excursions, fun and six locations!
We went and did our PADI Open Water scuba diving course at Lake Malawi. I have been wanting to do this for years so very happy to get to do it in Malawi and with friends.
Check out this post to find out more about a few of the bat species we have caught recently (during our research with ABC)
Been back and forth to the city quit a bit at the moment due to this work but it has meant we have had Esther back out with us which has been really great.
This week though Molly and I have been in Lilongwe house sitting for someone who is away as they have two doggies!
These last few weeks have been exciting for the bat team as we have been attempting to capture and radio tag slit faced bats. One of my favourite species here!
At the end of month was the annual Mud Run weekend here at Kuti Wildlife Reserve. I don’t do running, so I was one of the photographers for the event...
The humane exclusion part of work is something I am obviously not a huge fan though it is a better option than inhumane exclusions which often occur in places like Malawi.
Feeling all homely and settled again after last month. Even considering doing my PhD out here, which would mean staying longer, like 3 to 4 years longer.
This week we have been trying to keep an eye on one of the zebras as he has been walking with a limp. The vet has been called in to have a closer look as the limp is pretty bad...