We saw a herd of about 200 buffalo at Xibejuane Dam on the 3rd of August. The dust lay thick in the air giving us some interesting photo opportunities.
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Big Boy at Van Wyk dam on 25 July. What a legend!
Some of the photos taken on the 27th of July when we saw the lions killing a zebra on Xingwana road. It was difficult to photograph as there were so many lions and we were only 2 meters away from the feeding frenzy.
A pack of 8 wild dogs came into our traversing area on the 17th of July and stayed until the 7th of August when we saw them feeding on an impala. Here are some of the highlights.
Some elephant photos taken during July. They are one of my favorate animals and rarely have I spent a boring moment with them.
Ngala dam was doing its name justice on the 24th of July when we found the Olifants west pride quenching their thirst.
Rhinos are difficult animals to photograph in the sense that they seldom do anything really interesting or out of the ordinary with the effect that most rhino photos are pretty boring. Here are a few that I took during July hopefully slightly more interesting than the norm.
Watsakile Madoda making guests and rangers happy on the 13th of July.
These 4 young lions were seen early morning on the Barnard airstrip on the 11th of July. They got separated from the rest of the group during the night and we saw them playfully chasing giraffe and impala.
We found the Olifants West pride at the shortcut on the 9th of July. Mazinyo, one of the 2 dominant males, were fighting with some of the 3 1/2 year old males and tried to unsuccessfully chase them off. I took these photos while he was contemplating matters and taking a breather.
I took this photo on the 8th of July at a wildebeest kill.
We saw lions killing this waterbuck on the 7th of July after it ran into a small tree during the confusion of the chase.
We had an amazing morning drive on the 6th of July when we found the Olifants West pride ( new name of the York pride after discussions with other lodges in our traversing area ) feeding and fighting over the remains of a zebra kill. The pride consists of 19 members which is a lot […]
A photo of Big Boy running to catch up with the pride after finding them again. The 2 big males caught a buffalo 2 days before and definately enjoyed meeting up with the females again.
Some photos of guests enjoying our excellent lion sightings during the last week.