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Monthly Archives: November, 2013


Monday, 18 November 2013 Morning Drive After some bad weather last week, this morning did not disappoint as it turned out to be a beautiful day out here in the bush. The big cat sightings, in particular, were really good. The morning kicked off with the Styx lion pride, including three females and two young   

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Mating leopard tortoise

Mating leopard tortoise Monday, 11 November 2013 Morning Drive While having a morning coffee before drive, we heard alarm calls from impala. Alarm calls are always a telling sign of the presence of a predator, so we headed out and found the Styx lion pride not far from camp. It was a great sighting with   

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Wabayiza Monday, 04 November 2013 Morning Drive Shortly after heading off on our morning drive to the north of the open area, we found male lion tracks heading in a north westerly direction. After about an hour and three km’s worth of distance, we heard over the radio that the cat had been found. We   

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Male buffalo – left, female – right – image by Sean Gilbert On a rainy November morning, we got lucky when we came upon a big herd of buffalo, and we sat and watched them as they slept. What really caught my eye was a great view of a male and female buffalo, which gave   

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Wednesday, 23 October Morning Drive We headed out on drive, into a beautiful morning with a very pleasant balance between sunshine and cloud cover. We headed north to where we usually find female leopards, but today the spotted cat was not to be. Instead we enjoyed birds and general game. Further to the east we   

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