Monthly Archives: April, 2012

Karula by Ryan Johnston Sunday This morning the mist was lying thick in the bush. We set off to follow up on the two Kahuma females and the two cubs that were on a buffalo kill, as we had heard lions roaring earlier this morning. We were hoping to see the Majingilane males, but when   

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Two elephant bulls swimming by Ryan Johnston

Two elephant bulls swimming by Ryan Johnston Sunday This morning we spent a lot of our time tracking, and it was only later in the morning that we finally managed to pick up one of our female leopards, Salayexe. She was walking along marking territory when she came across a grey duiker. The small antelope   

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Female leopard Salayexe by Ryan Johnston

Female leopard Salayexe by Ryan Johnston Sunday This morning we saw the three Styx females and their five cubs walking around quite close to our lodge and followed them for a while as they played around. We then found two old buffalo bulls resting. After that we went looking for Mvhula and found him at   

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Male leopard “Lamula” by Ryan Johnston Lion was seen on 25 days Leopard was seen on 25 days Elephant was seen on 27 days Rhino was seen on 17 days Buffalo was seen on 22 days Wild dogs were seen on 14 days Cheetah was seen on 5 days  

Hyena cub by Ryan Johnston Sunday The morning drive was a fresh and cool, and we went straight to an area south of the lodge. It was still dark out, and out of nowhere we came across a very relaxed herd of elephants! We had awesome sightings of them as they moved right close to   

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Rhino Bull after a wallow by Phillip Wessels Sunday This morning started off with plenty of general game on the open area in front of the lodge. There were zebra, wildebeest, waterbuck, impala and, of course the hippos in the waterhole. A great way to start a safari – when there is so much general   

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