Monthly Archives: March, 2012

Majingilane male lion by Phillip Wessels Sunday This morning we could hear lions roaring to the east of the camp, so we made it our mission to try to find them. We headed east, and before long we had tracks of a whole pride of lions, and that is when the work for the morning   

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Sunday Zebra Eating by Phillip Wessels This morning we found the 4 Tsalalas again. They had come further west and were now far away from the Kahuma group, resting peacefully close to our airstrip. We were pleased that they did not have a confrontation with the 2 Kahuma females and their 2 cubs. This afternoon   

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            Sunset by Phillip Wessels           Sunday This morning started off with a herd of about ten elephants having the time of their lives in a small waterhole not far from the lodge. You could see that they had travelled fairly far, as they were very   

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Sunset by Philip Wessels Sunday This morning started off with a great sighting of a big white rhino bull wallowing in a mud wallow not far from the lodge. While we were watching the rhino cleansing himself, we heard vervet monkeys alarm calling. As we left the rhino bull still in the mud wallow, we   

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Male leopard ‘Mvula’ by Ryan Johnston Lion was seen on 19 days Leopard was seen on 25 days Rhino was seen on 10 days Elephant was seen on 26 days Buffalo was seen on 18 days Cheetah was seen on 2 days Wild dog was seen on 9 days