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... it difficult to drag ourselves away when lunch was ready. As we were clearing up after eating, reports reached us of the arrival of a large male elephant at the waterhole and we all rushed back to see him. His presence was clearly making some of the other animals a little nervous. They were continuing to drink, but at some distance from the elephant. Whenever the elephant shifted his weight from one foot to the other, or turned his ...
... set amongst ...
... could view. Watching the elephants while the sunset was amazing!
2 days in Etosha and we are off to Roys Camp to the east.
... four cars spotted cats, Nicklaus would get a radio message. This enabled us to see lions and cheetahs close up. Two lions very close, for a very long period of time. With us on our own it was somewhat hit and miss. Pieter in the lodge was happy to give us plenty of pointers and was insistent that we try Goas despite the two hour drive to it. I had been recommended this one before, but now this waterhole took on a new significance. It certainly did ...
... or PCG up in a tree (it has a symbiotic relationship with the Honey Badger), Northern Black Korhaan walking by the road, Sociable Weavers in the large nest of the Camel Thorn tree by the watering hole, Wide Brow Sparrow which we have also seen in nests by our room, Southern Masked Weaver by the Curio Shop (males make a cool nest, females will destroy the home if it is sub-par), Cape Glossy Starling at the rest camp (black with green tinge), Red Eyed Bulbul ...
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