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... birds by their song, including black-billed Weavers, Southern Black Tit, Amethyst Sunbirds, Boubou, Bulbul, and gave us detailed information on their habits, range, nesting, feeding etc.
At 4:15 he took us for a walk around the property, armed with powerful spotting scope on a large tripod. First he showed us his barn where he’s building his latest project, a small hide which he plans to place in a separate fenced section of land he calls his sanctuary. The barn ...
... think it was a plant, so Theo says he’ll find another one…which he does. An amazing skill.
We’re back at the hotel just after 10:00, still no water. The hotel itself is not to blame. It’s comfortable enough, large air-conditioned room looking out onto the gardens and the estuary, Mongoose run about outside, you can hear Hippo in the water (they’ve been known to walk up for drink out of the swimming pool) but no water is a bit ...
Wednesday September 10. Up at 5:00, coffee and rusks at 5:30, and we’re on our way at 5.50, in search of Cheetah. It’s pretty cold, so we rug up as the truck is open and exposed. We are going about as far from the lodge as one can go, because that’s where the cats were last sighted.
We have a lovely drive through forest, up and over high hills, stop to listen to bird calls - the “dawn chorus” is a wonder - on down and a very tricky ...
Stage 5. Shayamanzi Houseboat, Pongolapoort, (Jozini Dam).
Friday 5th dawns bright and clear again. There go the Giraffe. The Hyena woke me, all the bones had gone of course. Another slap up breakfast, bid farewell to Franz. He looked after us really well, so John quite rightly gives him a generous tip. Now load up the car - we’re getting good at this - and a few minutes ahead of schedule we set off. Much to John’s dismay, Shirley insists we stop in at ...
... with 2 days of 'Education' within our small group - the first day we went to a local Day Care and got to spend time with the beautiful and somewhat clingy (not a bad thing) kids there - one woman, 1200 kids and 7 full time orphans - it was amazing to be able to help her - even with just playing with the kids outside :) it was also really great to be able to see the kids using, wearing and playing with the donations that ...