Monthly Archives: July, 2012

Three elephant bulls drinking by Ryan Johnston

Three elephant bulls drinking by Ryan Johnston Sunday This morning we came across a herd of elephants as we headed out to look for the lions. There was no sign of the Styx from last night. We did, however, find Ntima walking around just north of the boundary and stayed with her for a while.   

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A glorious African sunset captured by guest, Mark Needham

A glorious African sunset captured by guest, Mark Needham Sunday This morning’s drive kicked off with us seeing two elephant bulls lazily feeding right next to the road. While we were watching them, the tracker spotted fresh rhino tracks and we set off in pursuit of the rhino. Within fifteen minutes we found two rhinos   

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Styx Lioness by Phillip Wessels

Styx Lioness by Phillip Wessels Sunday This morning we headed east looking for lions – the Styx pride in particular. We came across three buffalo bulls grazing peacefully on route, and were delighted to find the Styx pride on our southern boundary. They must have come north only hours before, if not less, and were   

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Elephant

Elephant Sunday As we begin our coldest winter month, the bush has started drying out quite rapidly, with all the vegetation turning brown and going into a state of rest. This mornings’ drive started off with the discovery of the female leopard, Karula, on an impala kill quite close to the lodge. After seeing her   

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Arathusa-Elephant herd drinking

Elephant herd at the waterhole Lion was seen on 23 days Leopard was seen on 21 days Elephant was seen on 25 days Rhino was seen on 18 days Buffalo was seen on 19 days Wild dog was seen on 0 days Cheetah was seen on 0 days

Styx pride feeding on impala by Susan Simoneau

              Styx pride feeding on impala by Susan Simoneau               Sunday We started off the week with a very chilly morning, and it took some time to get going. But, as the temperature started to rise, so the animals began appearing. We picked   

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