18 images Created 22 Mar 2014
*Note 3/23/14: This is a new gallery and in progress. More images being added daily, so please check back!* Wildlife dripping from the trees was what we found on a 2014 safari to Zambia's South Luangwa River Valley. Though some say the rainy , or "emerald" season (for the proliferation of foliage) makes for more difficult game viewing, it wasn't the case for us. On par with the wildlife were the guides; fun, quick to smile , and whip-smart. 50% of the proceeds from all photos from this gallery will go to the South Luangwa Conservation Society (SLCS), a non-profit community doing amazing work in the area along with the Zambia Wildlife Authority. SLCS was started by the incredible Rachel McRobb when she was working as a food server at one of the safari camps; she initially used her own money to employ anti-poaching units and pay for de-snaring of wildlife. Support Rachel and the wildlife of Zambia, buy a print!