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The ambush

Two days ago I was busy viewing two female lions by one of our dams, when the two of them slowly began to move away from the dam. I then noticed that they looked very interested in something. The “something”  turned out to be a small herd of Blue...

A LION KILL

Our dominant male lion was found with a young zebra kill this morning. It was still very fresh and had probably been killed in the early hours. There were tracks of lionesses and young lions in the area but due to the heat they were probably sleeping in the thick bush...

The day the Hippo kissed the Buffalo

It was the afternoon drive and my tracker and I decided to try and find the herd of elephants for our guest. The elephants have been quite difficult to find in the last month as they have been browsing in one of the areas on Kapama with very dense vegetation. One of...

Theft in the bush

Our game drive started as normal with a few general game species allowing us to view them up close and personal. We were then privileged to see a herd of elephants as they chased the smaller Cape buffalo out of a mud wallow (size dominates in the bush). Having taken...

Predators and their annoying enemies

Yesterday’s afternoon safari started off with an African rock python lying along a branch in an acacia tree. We were alerted to it’s presence by a flock of White crowned shrikes putting up quite a noisy racket. A while later they were joined by a tree squirrel which...

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