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The beauty of nature

Well, it was a beautiful morning with a stunning sunrise, as per usual. As we started on our morning drive, my guests were all very jovial. They couldn’t wait to see what surprise and miracle nature had for them today, wondering what she would throw at us next. As I...
Impala

Impala

Something we all take for granted are Impala. One of the most common antelope species seen in our area. It is really great when you still have guests who appreciate these animals and are still excited when they see them. Impalas range between 80 and 100 centimetres...
He can hear mice walk…

He can hear mice walk…

The Spotted Eagle Owl This Owl is one of the most commonly seen Owls on Kapama. They are nocturnal birds and take no offense at being viewed at night. They are medium sized birds with distinctive ear tufts and yellow eyes. Their ear tufts are for show and serve no...
Lion vs Rhino

Lion vs Rhino

What another eventful morning!! After an awesome Buffalo sighting, we took a slow relaxing drive back to the lodge. Just as we crossed one of the dam walls, one of my guests spotted 2 of our sub adult Lions lazing under a tree. We stopped to see if we could find the...
“Sticky foot”

“Sticky foot”

As the sun rose over the reserve this morning there was an unusual and very special sighting in store for Bronson as he approached a dam close to the lodge. A feisty young white rhino took the lead and took a short cut through the dam as the rest of the crash...

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