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  1. During the course of the last safari season my colleague Phil and I compiled some aerial footage of the Kafue National Park, mostly concentrated around our camp Musekese. I finally got around to editing the footage and have put it on Youtube. I wanted to let the ST forum know as I hope it excites people and gives you an insight into the Kafue and the amount of water and colour the park has in the 'early' season (May and June). Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sj3KEGZXtg
  2. Greetings ST! I recently learned that Puku Pan in the Mumbwa GMA that borders Kafue National Park in Zambia has been sold and re-named "Mu-Fungata". I am wondering if anybody has some insights on why the lodge sold and if there are plans for upgrading/expansion - and would be kind enough to share them. I am also curious about what happened, if anything, with a lodge in Bangweulu that was associated with Puku Pan. I enjoyed walking safaris and fishing at Puku Pan and I am considering a return trip there in the near future, hence the inquiry. Thanks in advance!

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