Joe journeys to a research camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta to learn about ongoing conservation efforts. Along the way, ranger and guide Keitopetse Kagande talks about a 45-minute standoff with a lion, how climate change is impacting Botswana and what it’s like to grow up in one of the planet’s last wild places.

SHOW NOTE: Our mixer decided to spontaneously combust when we sat down to record this episode. So, audio quality is a bit rough.

Host: Joe Sills
Guest: Keitopetse Kagande
How to do it: African Conservation Experience

Read more about the experience in National Geographic Traveller 

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