Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge
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... an awesome video of a masked weaver bird building his nest. We recorded it on time lapse and then sped it up afterwards. This means that we can watch 4 hours worth of nest building condensed into 39 seconds and the nest being built from start to finish in record time.
We lit the bbq again and had huge rump steaks on the bbq before a relatively early night ahead of our last full day of Safari tomorrow.
S,E, JT and C xx
... farms, flower farms, chicken farms, cattle, farms, horse , sheep, cheese factory and many tourist attractions. our pilot was a female who flys hot air balloons for a hobby 35 years, she has flown commercially in the Napa valley. She has flown 707s . Mostly flew Lear jets, She's flown in war zones, you name it she's flown it. Few years ago was flying lears in the Congo. She dropped out of school at 17, took flying lessons and it's all she has ...
... we come across are a sizeable obstinancy of Cape Buffalo that look at us with seeming bewilderment. Seven-year-old Darcy takes a sunrise picture over a large pond and so do we. A Black Backed Jackal is trying to warm up in the grass and hopefully snag an unsuspecting guinea fowl. The kudu seem to be prolific in Madikwe and a large female poses for us in the morning light. Another jackal looks ...
... minute or so later the dogs came out of the grass and the rest of the dogs followed them back to the main road. We turned around and continued to follow them. Back on the main road the dogs stopped again and most of them drank water from a large puddle. Then they continued running along the road towards the gate. Unfortunately a few minutes later the pack ran off the road into the grass and we lost sight of them.
We turned around ...
... giraffes, zebras and impalas. The young giraffe then walked across the road in front of us and slowly stretched its front legs out to the side, lowered his neck and drank water from a puddle on the road. It is interesting to watch how their front legs bend. The giraffe would then stand up, swallow the water and then drink some more. Then we stopped to watch a family of warthogs, zebra and blue wildebeest with a young one.
At about half past ...