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26/07/10: Uncertain Feeling

Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
I have been worried about Nkanyini.

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
It is not just the scenery, the animals and the birds.....

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
Cold, overcast and drizzly weather usually don’t add up to good game viewing, but thankfully this is not the rule…….

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Category: Our African Way
Posted by: Pippa
The due date for the expected new arrival was looming. I had opted to have, around that date, an induction at Nelspruit MediClinic. I was so paranoid - about going into labour in the bush and having to face a two-and-a-half hour drive to the hospital - that I needed to make use of that option.

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
It always gets tougher to repeat great past safari’s with all my return guests.
I always believe the bush will show you what you deserve to see……..
Last night thankfully produced a leopard for my return guests.

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
It has been a while since I have posted anything regarding the goings on within my baboon troop.

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19/07/10: We are Devastated

Category: General
Posted by: Graham
All our thoughts go out to you two.

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14/07/10: Baby Boys

Category: General
Posted by: Graham
New boys arrive on the block

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
It has been a roller coaster of a few months

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12/07/10: June News letter

Category: Drum Beat
Posted by: Warren
Done by Mandla

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Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
During my time in the bush, has enabled me to have some interesting relationships, with some unusual creatures. None more so than the one I am about to describe

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05/07/10: The New Rulers

Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
The first time I saw them was a day before it happened.
Their eyes held a softer expression of any sub adult male lion of their age, but the expression those eyes bore the next time we met was very, very different.

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