What to do to beat the intense Timbavati summer heat? The wart hog mud bath!
We were extremely fortunate to come across two cheetahs recently who had just had their kill stolen by vultures.
Following the recent heavy rainfalls, the rivers have again begun to flow. View a selection of images here.
We have had a great week of rain with over 90mm being recorded. This is great news for the bush as it was very much needed.
The wild dogs were back in camp, and were thoroughly enjoying our watering hole. Another fantastic sighting.
What a month it has been! We have been treated to wild dog, leopard, large elephant and buffalo herds, lions and then our migratory birds have returned. View all the pics here.
It has been a very exciting few weeks with various spectacular sightings. Read our latest Ranger Diary here.
Read our most recent ranger diary here. It has been a very interesting few weeks, especially surrounding the January floods.
As I write this newsletter I am being serenaded by a Woodlands Kingfisher in the background, a sure sign summer is here and with it has breathed new life into the surrounding bush. Youngsters abound at the moment, like this young zebra foal. The impala have also lambed and seem too numerous to even count. […]