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Imbilo “heart”

Imbilo “heart”

On the morning of the 29th December 2009, we started off on our morning safari, with the intent of making our way to the Western section of the Kapama Game Reserve! The only animals left to see, were the Hippo and the illusive Big “L” the Leopard!   We were all still...

Survival of the fittest

When we left the lodge this morning it was really warm and I thought it was going to be a very quiet drive, since most animals normally hide away from the heat. Halfway through drive however, we heard monkeys calling in a drainage line. One of my guests saw a lioness...

Tusks

What is a tusk? Why have tusks?   We all know what a tusk is, it is one of the words that are found in almost all conversations about elephants.  There are also other species of mammals with tusks such as the warthog and also the bush pig.   The tusk is a canine tooth...

Egyptian Geese

This morning on drive, whilst hot on the tracks of a female leopard, we made our way towards the Nyala Dam area. The next thing we heard the impala giving alarm calls on the south western side of the dam. We quickly made our way around the dam to see if we could see...
Christmas times

Christmas times

As the silly season slowly disappears, the days have been long and hot! The 21st December was the Summer Solstice.  Having had the longest day in the year, the days will start becoming shorter until the Winter Solstice in June. The last few days have been excessively...

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