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Rangers Diary: 4-10 April ’11

  Monday The start of a new week, hopefully it will be as good as the last one. We headed off to the east of the property and were lucky enough to find Thandi, but unfortunately her cub was nowhere to be seen. After spending quite a bit of time with her, we moved along …
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Rangers Diary: 28 March-3 April

  Monday This morning was still very wet and quiet, so all we managed to see was a herd of elephants. The afternoon more than made up for it however, when we ran into a lone buffalo bull and a herd of about forty elephants with a group of lively youngsters in quick succession. After …
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Rangers Diary: 21-27 March

Monday The morning got off to a slow start, but we eventually found Shadow and her cub. Ironically the pair was close to the lodge. We spent the rest of the drive watching the youngster running around exploring its surroundings. It was very sweet to see the cub trying to smell and sent mark just …
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Rangers Diary: 14-20 March

Monday The week got off to a really great start when we received a call early on morning drive that there were four male cheetahs close to the Kruger National Park boundary. We headed east to have a look and found the four males resting in a big open area. What an outstanding sighting! The …
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Rangers Diary: 7-13 March

Monday The morning started out extremely well, with news that the four Majingilhanes male lions were heading west towards a property that we’re able to drive on. As we hit the cutline we found the four males with full bellies, heading towards a dam to drink. As they neared the dam they came across a …
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Rangers Diary: 28 February – 6 March

Monday This morning we found the mother and daughter cheetah pair lazing around on our airstrip. The mother was limping slightly, but judging by how she moved it was most probably nothing more than a small thorn stuck in her paw. After that we found the pack of seven wild dogs and followed them as …
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Rangers Diary: 21-27 February

Monday The dawn of a new week, let’s hope it’s a good one! We heard the Majingilhanes roaring to the east early this morning, long before any of the guests were awake. That decided our plan for the morning drive – we would track these four male lions again. It didn’t take us long to …
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February sightings

Leopard was seen on 24 days Lion was seen on 16 days Elephant was seen on 24 days Buffalo was seen on 20 days Rhino was seen on 24 days Cheetah was seen on 13 days Wild dog was seen on 8 days

Not your average leopard kill

At first glance this clip may seem like your ‘run of the mill’ leopard kill, with nothing out of the ordinary to distinguish it from any other. But if you look a little closer you’ll notice that there is in fact something unique about this particular kill. Safari has the impala by the muzzle, and …
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Rangers Diary: 14-20 February

Monday 14th Today got off to a pretty good start, with general game being in great abundance. We headed towards a well known pan, and came across some very fresh female leopard tracks en route. We investigated further on foot, and found Safari with an impala kill she’d hoisted up a tree. After that we …
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