Friday, September 12, 2008

Angola Field Group blog

Rio Cuvango, the headwaters of the Okavango, Huambo Province, from the Angola Field Group blog

The Angola Field Group, based in Angola’s capital city Luanda, hosts monthly presentations and field trips that cover a variety of topics from the environment to history to social issues to culture. A recent post on the group's web log featured a presentation about the Okavango River by Chaminda Rajapakse, of the Okavango River Basin Water Commission (OKACOM). The blog also publishes regular updates about the Palanca Negra Gigante or Giant Sable conservation project -- in HOORC's Library you can find A Certain Curve of Horn, a natural and political history of the endangered antelope in Angola.

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