Monthly Archives: January, 2012

Clear night sky

Clear night sky by Phillip Wessels Monday The predicted rain didn’t show up, which meant the week got off to a better start than initially expected. Hopefully this will give the bush a little more time to dry out, so that everything can return to normal. This morning we had a very brief sighting of   

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Rhino bull drinking

Rhino bull drinking by Phillip Wessels Sunday This morning we saw a large rhino bull, and then another group of three, consisting of a male and a cow with her young calf. The mother was not very happy about the male being in such close proximity to her little one though, and grunted and charged   

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Wild dogs feeding

            Wild dogs feeding by Susan Simoneau (guest) Sunday What a start to the week! We kicked off the morning drive with the pack of nine Wild dogs. This fantastic sighting was quickly followed by an equally amazing one of impala running, stotting, and jumping to incredible heights in order   

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Bateleur or Short-tailed eagle

Bateleur or Short-tailed eagle by Susan Simoneau (guest) Sunday Happy New Year everyone, we wish you all a great year! Let’s hope the animal sightings are as good this year as they were in 2011. Things got off to a quick start this morning when we found tracks of a lioness going past the front   

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African sunset

African sunset by Ryan Johnston Note: Although we have used this photo before, it seemed a fitting image to head up our last post for the year! Sunday First off this morning we happened upon two elephant bulls feeding on the eastern side of our airstrip. We spent some time watching as they tucked into   

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Kahuma male lion by Ryan Johnston Leopard was seen on 27 days Lion was seen on 26 days Elephant was seen on 25 days Buffalo was seen on 26 days Rhino was seen on 30 days Cheetah was seen on 4 days Wild dog was seen on 6 days

Big elephant cow

  Big elephant cow by Susan Simoneau (guest) Sunday Although this morning was fairly quiet, we did manage to find the two Kahuma lionesses and their two cubs feeding on a giraffe. The afternoon drive was considerably more rewarding however. We saw a male rhino and an elephant bull, and we also ran into an   

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