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... Before I continue I should correct what I said about leopard conception yesterday ! Apparently although the babies can be conceived up to 10 weeks apart they are born at the same time and all at the same stage of development!! On the way to see the lion the fairly fresh droppings of a black rhino had been seen and Keith was very excited as there are only 2 known in the whole reserve. However they are very hard to find as ...
... the Groot Letaba River peacefully runs through. The mountain was engulfed in a cloud so visibility was impaired; however one of my favorite things is how well sound travels through mist. We just stood quietly on the deck for a bit listening to the rush of the water a few 100 feet below us and the happy whistles from the abundant bird life in the area. Pretty soon we were gearing up and getting the low down on safety. Soon it started to ...
... got to witness his brilliance on the last day when our group made a quilt. Andrew has quick wit and keen knowledge of birds, his specialty when painting. Andrew is a gentle person who is genuine, smart and talented.
Dr. Oliver Ragg—Olly, as he prefers to be called is a cheery old bloke (I just wanted to use that word!), not really that old, HA! He is a riot, after you get to know him. Olly has a PhD in physics and engineering and according to him “spent far too long ...
... one started walking straight towards our vehicle. straight at ME! I was sitting on the end in the first row, directly behind Ranger Ryan and Richard, as the cat approached, Ryan turned his head, looked at me straight in the eye and said "don't move, stay completely still". I was like holy ****! This wild, beuatiful and dangerous creature was inches from me checking us all out. I could have reached out and tried to pet it if i wanted to lose my hand. I ...
... guides in the park, and soon many vehicles converged on our location, cutting their engines as they came to a stop, and silently watching along with us.
Alfred was eager to get on the road because the early morning hours are the best times to see wildlife, particularly lions. He told us that lions enjoy lying on the roadways, which are warm, rather than in the grass which is usually cooler and wet with dew. We drove quite a bit but didn't see any ...