Ian Sharp, a keen naturalist and butterfly expert, recently discovered a rare species of butterfly while visiting Tanda Tula Safari Camp.
The Ranger and Tracker team at Tanda Tula Safari Camp has recently been privileged to have been invited to participate in a scientific study being conducted by a USA based PhD student, Kirstin Lawrence-Apfel.
Last weekend delivered some fantastic sightings. The action all took place within a kilometre radius and guests were treated to seeing four large predators within a few hours.
A few days ago I was very fortunate to witness a very special moment. A Spotted Bush Snake managed to catch and consume a Foam Nest Tree Frog. This unique sighting took place in our safari camp and both species are fairly prevalent in the area and are seen often. The frogs enjoy the bar […]
A few days ago we found a leopard who had killed a young impala and stashed it away high up in a tree, very close to camp! View the pictures here.
Tracking specialist Adriaan Louw recently installed various camera traps in and around our safari camp. View some of the pictures here.
Read our most recent ranger diary here. It has been a very interesting few weeks, especially surrounding the January floods.
Last night I bumped into an elephant that had wandered into camp. Not the kind of visitor you want to bump into!
Click here to view elephant movements prior to, during and after the January 2012 floods.
Mr Adrie Conradie who spent three nights with us recently managed to get some wonderful shots during his stay and kindly shared some of his better ones with us.