28 July to 2 August

General game over the past week has been tremendous with dazzles of about 40 zebra being recorded and various stretches of giraffe numbering up to 15.The waterbuck numbers seem to have increased 10 fold due to the large amount of rain we managed to receive this past year. Impala are also doing tremendously well and with summer approaching and the f...

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24 to 30 August 2009

This week we have once again been treated to some wonderful game viewing and it was the big cats who stole the show. Leopards have been seen on every drive this week with Salayexe and her two cubs being seen on two different kills. The Styx Pride arrived back into our traverse area early on in the week and have provided us with some great sightings...

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12 July to 19 July 2009

​ Wild dogs once again have been the flavour of the week as sightings go. These rare and elusive animals have been frequenting our traversing area again. This is a pack of six dogs and it was originally thought that this pack of six was part of the larger pack of 12 that move in and out of our traversing, but as a result of the sightings we have be...

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5 July to 12 July 2009

In winter the weather seems to affect our early drives with the mornings being bitterly cold when we set out sometimes as low as 2 degrees Celsius, this does slow down animal activity a bit but as the winter sun rises it brings life back into both our own joints and the animals and the skies are clear and the action begins! Yet again (for the 4th t...

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29 June to 5 July 2009

We have had some fantastic predator viewing over the last week, with one particular evening drive having us spoilt for choice with a total of 6 different leopard sightings!! The spotting of game is definitely made a little easier by the sparser vegetation that is so typical of our dry winters here in the lowveld. Salayexe has been an absolute super...

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15 June to 21 June 2009

​ The dry and dusty winter bush has once again provided some fantastic sightings over the past week. Night drives have become quite productive, allowing us glimpses of animals that are usually hidden by the lush summer growth. Genets, civet, honey-badger and owls have all been seen during the week. Tyson and Mafufunyane have been seen this week, bo...

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