Xivambalana (Karula’s male cub) by Ryan Johnston Sunday The morning started off very overcast and it looked like we’d be in for some rain a little later on during the day. We headed out towards the eastern sector, where we found small groups of male buffalo all over the place, as well as a lone
Sunset at Arathusa by Ryan Johnston Sunday Another week, and with it some more surprises. This morning started off with us finding one of our territorial male rhinos. After leaving him we then came across the tracks of the four young Tsalala lionesses and the Styx male. It didn’t take us long to find the
Female leopard ‘Ntima’ by Phillip Wessels Sunday This morning we found the four rhinos grazing around the airstrip again. We also saw a herd of 15 elephants, and Ntima was south-east of the airstrip making her way east. We followed her for a while, but eventually lost sight of her when she moved into some
Baby elephant charging by Ryan Johnston Sunday The bush has literally exploded into a palette of greens with all the early rain we had in October. We started the morning off with a large herd of about 40 elephants feeding on one of our open areas. We sat with them for quite a while, as
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