I’m not sure what the view from your window looks like right now (but for many of you, I’m guessing it looks like snow and feels pretty cold)? So here’s a better view to look at and think about while … Continue reading
During World Conference 2011, we’ll spend Wednesday afternoon at the University of Namibia Neudamm Campus. While on campus, we’ll spend some time touring the campus and learning about some of their programs, including their Dairy Science program. (A student processing butter … Continue reading
No two zebra’s stripes form the same pattern which helps to identify individuals within a herd. The stripes also function as a method to confuse predators during the hunt as it is difficult to identify an individual at speed with … Continue reading
Did you know that the tongue of a giraffe can be as long as 45 cm and that giraffes are 6 ft tall when they are born? Even though their necks can be 6-7 feet in length, giraffe have the … Continue reading
We’re putting together more than just a conference-you’ll have at least three pre-conference and two post-confernece educational experiences to add to your Namibia journey. This is just a glimpse of what you could see on a 4-day field trip while visiting Namibia’s … Continue reading
Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is sheltered by the Auas Mountains to the south and the Eros Mountains in the east. To the west of Windhoek, at an altitude of between 1500m (4921ft) and 2,000m (6562ft) are the Khomas Hochland. … Continue reading
Namibia has a lot to offer-plan on arriving a bit early to check out the local markets.