Rhino Post Safari Lodge
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Back to camp via a very rough washboard road. Most of the gravel roads have been graded but this particular one was very rough and you had to watch your speed because you could lose control of the wheels from the uneven surface.
Lunch, short walk, and then get ready for the evening drive. It is very warm in the car and we are going through ice at a fairly fast pace. Drive out the gate toward Crocodile Bridge. First ...
... it the third of the Big 5 that we had sighted. The lion remained elusive despite all Ronnie's and Pravir's (and the other rangers and trackers) efforts to track it down.
We skipped sunset drinks to try and locate the cape buffalo before it got too dark. I found it incredible how these trackers and rangers find their way about in the bush. After much driving, we came upon the buffalo herd! The cape buffalo is ...
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We once again got up close with rhinos as the sun set. We also returned to The Leopard Tree from yesterday- all that was left of the bushbuck was its stomach hanging from a branch - which Pravir said the leopard wouldn't eat as ...
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As Ms Leopard was showing no signs of moving, Pravir suggested moving on. So we did...came across some zebra, and got up close with a white (a mispronunciation of 'wide' in reference to this species' wide mouth) rhino. That was slightly worrying as I was sure if it decided ...
as the telemetry that involves you completely in the research. You are
responsible to find the animals, tracking them and log the data that is used to
write weekly, monthly and annual reports to help the reserve taking the
decisions for the management of the animals.
As a volunteer, I was not only
tracking animals, but I also had the chance to contribute in some anti-poaching
activities, do some farm works, participate in animal darting and ...