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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
A Woman with Attitude
We had had brilliant game viewing over the past four game drives, with great encounters with various species on the reserve.
The only animal we had not seen at all was elephant, which we decided to make the focus of our morning drive. I was driving a great couple from New York who had nine years of safaris under their belt, sent to me via, possibly the greatest travel agency out there, the African Adventure Company.

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08/10/09: Getting Ahead

Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
Scopus umbretta, more commonly known as the Hamerkop and less commonly as the Hammerhead Stork, is the sole representative of its family Scopidae and endemic to Africa.
They have an ancient appearance, looking almost like a snap shot into their forty five million year old ancestry. They also create the largest domed nest constructed by a pair of birds which may weigh as much as fifty kilograms constructed from as many as eight thousand items.

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
Yesterday afternoon I and my guests decided to head on back to the area we had left the grumpy boy and the lioness from the Huma Pride

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01/10/09: Back from the dead

Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
I last saw her on the 10th of August last year

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