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Saddle Billed Storks

You might think spotting a leopard is difficult until you try and spot a saddle-billed stork! It is estimated that there are less than 50 pairs of saddle-billed storks left in Southern Africa. That is less than 100 birds. These birds can be identified as individuals...

Elephant

Our Elephants are rare lately or should I say difficult to find! We are at the end of our winter so at this time of the year they move to feeding grounds in the south of the game reserve where the bush is thick and dense and there is more food for them. We generally...

Questions and Answers – Lions

What is the purpose of the lions roaring? Apart from communicating with members of the pride which may be spread over a large area, roaring is a way of warning other lions that the area or territory is occupied. Despite general belief, both males and females...
Rain!!!!!!

Rain!!!!!!

We are all eagerly waiting for the first rains to fall in the reserve as at the end of the past winter the bush is particularly sparse and arid this year. The insects and frogs must know that the long dry spell is at an end because all of a sudden the summer insects...

Easy drive.

Today I decided to set out on drive and look in particular for our male lion. Late yesterday we saw his tracks going east but never managed to find him. So I set off with my guests in what we though to be the lion’s general direction. As regular visitors to this...

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