The guests of our safari camp were overwhelmed over recent night as the two nomadic males who have been in the area for some time were again stomping there authority.
Last week the Machaton pride successfully made a kill, but again it was short lived as they were again chased off by the two big nomadic males.
Over the past few days our rangers have captured a few shots of game with our new camera.
Our guests were fortunate enough to witness an entire leopard hunt, from start to finish.
Last night a clan of Hyaena successfully killed an impala, right on our lawn!
Earlier this week our guests were treated to a wine tasting, whereby a number of exceptional wines were presented and tasted.
Save the Elephants South Africa, of which Tanda Tula is a main sponsor, recently released their latest elephant tracking data.
It has been an exciting week of game viewing. We have seen plenty of game in and around camp, and even spotted a few Hyena pups at their den!
The 2012 update for the IUCN Red List for birds was recently announced, and of the 10 064 bird species recognised by BirdLife International, the status/categories of 208 have changed. Below is an article compliments of Desire Wright of Kruger 2 Canyon News. Visit www.kruger2canyon.co.za. More South African birds ‘in the red’ Photo from www.biodiversityexplorer.org JOHANNESBURG: BirdLife International […]