VIDEOS from the HEARTLANDS
Photo Credit – Eleni Gkikakis
Open to all Memberships
This is the space where you will find video footage that has been taken over the years, not only of the lion prides, but of the lands, the people and all the other beings who we live in harmony with.
Visit here for “Reubens Rambles”, where Reuben, our main wildlife guide, speaks about the different beings we encounter, from the Magic Gwarrie tree to the Sacred Scarab beetle.
New footage can be PRE-Viewed here before it is shared with the general public, if at all.
All video footage is private to the HEART Pride, only logged in members can access them. Please feel free to comment on the videos as some of them will be giving you a chance to really connect and receive messages from Nature.
Videos will be added as time and Nature allows
What are these Zebras telling you?
The Golden Orb Spider weaves a protected web of gold threads.
Join us for an early morning commune with the Impala at Shidolo
Beloved Zihra is 20 years old now.
On the way to visit the Kruger Park, we encountered this small family.
This dear Nyala shows us how she dissolves through the fences at Camp
On the way back from our morning check
A 5 minute dip into the atmosphere of a cloudy morning.
A wonderful sighting of the Painted wolves moving through Tsau! Conservancy.
On our trip to Zambia, we stayed at Track & Trails Camp, on the Luangwa River, South Luangwa National Park. Which happens to be on the Nile Meridian, North of The HeartLands.
An early morning visit to Shidolo.
Chef Enelani speaks to Wynter about food as medicine, and her work in the community.
On a beautiful Autumn morning we came across Zhira and Assegaia.
Rueben points out a favourite tree of the Leopard.
On freedom Day, Alpha and Omega express their joy.
On a blustery day in the bushveldt, this grey Turaco or Loerie AKA the Go-Away Bird, makes sure her feathers stay unruffled. Enjoy the time with her.
Whilst we were out on lion check with Rueben, we could not get any signal from the tracking collars of the pride, so decided to start the morning with a HEART meditation at Cleopatra’s Dam.
This family of dwarf mongoose have made good use of the man-built gabions.
These interesting birds are often overlooked when people go on “safari”
Linda comes to us from the HeartLands to bring us updates on the Lions, Land and People.
On her recent trip to the Greater Kruger area, Wynter managed to catch up with Linda.
Rueben explains the relationship between Zebra and Wildebeest.
A surprise on our morning lion check.
A special moment when we go out on Lion check to the Royal Pride.
Rueben shares his remarkable story about how he helped a pride of lions in his home village in Zimbabwe.
Earlier this year, the land now known as the SunLands came into the Trust.
The HeartLands is a haven for three different types of Vultures, all of whom are endangered. Linda tells us how the Vultures and the Lions are an intricate part of keeping nature in balance.
Wynter & Margo come to us from the HeartLands to bring us updates on the Lions, Land and People.
We catch up with Zukhara and Matsieng after their successful hunt.
Ingwavuma was the Linda’s Lion Guide who walked in physical form in the Timbavati private game reserve.
World Lion Day 2022 – A call for grieving
It was very exciting to see that the whole Tsau Pride hunted together the night before our morning lion check.
Receiving blessings from a male waterbuck.
A beautiful encounter with an Nyala family.
We witness the first meeting between these phenomenal lions.
Reuben speaks about the birds we come across on one of the Lion checks.
In the roof of the lounge area of Camp Unicorn, lives a Monitor Lizard. During the day she comes out to observe life in camp. Here there is some interesting interaction with a large Praying Mantis.
A sneak peak into the Camp Unicorn Kitchen.
Linda speaks about one of the daily operations in the project: Checking on the lions.
This footage was taken for our first Virtual StarLion Journey. Ingwavuma’s pride is generally rather elusive, so we were not sure if we would see them. We asked them if they were willing to be part of the journey…
When we came across the Scarab beetles rolling their ball of dung, we asked Reuben to tell us a bit more about them.
The sacred scarab beetle, commonly known as the dung beetle is known for turning waste into life. Watch the start of the process and connect with the message of these sacred being.
One winter morning we were visited by the Nyala and Zebra at Camp Unicorn. They really wanted to connect with us. Can you listen to them with your heart? What do you feel their guidance is to you?