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... up a feeling of unease. Am I putting these animals at risk for my own personal gain? I need to discuss this further with Rick. I feel in my element here, but to think that I could do more harm makes me feel sick. He explains, of course for a tourist to witness that is devastating and could absolutely result in them never visiting a game park again. But it is such a rare event. There are thousands of people who visit game parks and get to experience, appreciate and learn ...
... their deceased ancestors and they need to keep the spirits happy to maintain a good life. Funerals are a big event, often bigger than weddings and anyone is welcome.
The bus ride was one of banter about Aussie Football and much concern was had about Kaye missing her beloved Geelong team. To quote 'I am a football tragic and the sherry decanter will be better off whilst I am away!" We arrived at the ...
... does Philip. No blog update. Courtney arrived and is staying 2 nights. Another 2 researchers (Ursa from Slovenia) and Stacey also arrived to stay. Left at 3.50 and went to boma and took Ursa and Stacey. Ursa is collecting fresh Wild Dog faeces for research. Hyena at boma. Saw monkeys in tree on way back. Back to camp around 5.30. They were butchering impala out the back when we returned. Probably for meat for themselves, must get some allowance to do this ...
... Then on the Vlei Loop there was a nice family group of African Sacred Ibis as well as Jacanas. Back on the main drive a Southern Banded Snake-Eagle perched on a pole and was unmoved as we stopped the car, in fact it was still in the same area when we drove back and the light was better.
The Mpfanza Hide with its small lake was as good as ever. A variety of water birds were there along with a few animals. I ...
... into the park where wildebeest and zebra were grazing.
As it was so hot we decided to have an early lunch at the picnic spot overlooking Catalina Bay. The views across the water were astounding and we could see hippo and many waterbirds.
At another hide we watched a stork pick a frog out of the water, obviously his lunch!
Having booked for a cruise along the St Lucia estuary we went back to the apartment late afternoon for a rest ...