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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Tue May 14, 2013 12:20 pm 
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Because Raymond has moved to the Wolhuter Trail.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Raymond is one of the best :clap: BnD,s loss is now Wolhuters gain.Is there anybody to continue the good work?


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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I'm waiting for some news from MUZI... like Raymond said in his message :hmz: :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Raymonds adventures on the Wolhuter Trail have been promoted to their own topic, over here.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Hi All

I'm heading to Berg en Dal for a few nights in mid Aug, it will be my first time back to this area over the winter period for a number of years. Cant wait :dance:

Any drives/ waterholes / spots that you can recommend this time of year? Any suggestions?

Looking forward to feedback :D

Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Leopard sightings around Malelane & Berg en Dal areas
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James of the Jungle wrote:
Hi All

I'm heading to this Berg en Dal for a few nights in mid Aug, It will be my first time back to this area over the winter period for a number of years. Cant wait :)

Any recent leopard activity in the area? Any drives/ waterholes / spots that you can recommend?

Looking forward to feedback :D


For me, the S110 (tar section between B & D and the H3) was a great stretch for Leopards


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 Post subject: Re: Leopard sightings around Malelane & Berg en Dal areas
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S114......has always delivered a leopard or two...... :dance: :dance:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I would say that every road near BnD is worth to try it. You are in leopard territory and it's also great for birding :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Leopard sightings around Malelane & Berg en Dal areas
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Wow, great photos everyone and thanks for sharing! :clap:

This is a great thread and I will always come back to this thread when I miss the Kruger... :wink:

:mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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This leopard was photographed on the dirt road going up to the Berg and Dal Day Visitors area. At that time, it was still a no entry road.


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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I agree with you flying cheetah :thumbs_up: Had an awesome Bateleur sighting last year on the Steilberg road and a LIT on the S110. :dance: :dance:


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 Post subject: Re: Leopard sightings around Malelane & Berg en Dal areas
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Many leopards around there, and can be found on any of the roads :D
But the S110/H3 intersection would rank as a hotspot 8)
The S114 shortly before the S119 Gardenia turn off as well :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Leopard sightings around Malelane & Berg en Dal areas
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morning all !

Was at BnD last week and we saw the (I presume) resident leopard attempt to catch some impala on the H3 just north of the tar road to BnD at about 6.30 am.
Too fast and dark for any snaps :roll:

Most days there were sightings around that area of it - if the sightings board was anything to go by.


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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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helllo mites

name is Rastah and will take over in reporting Berg en Dal sightings as i've moved from Talamati to Berg en dal.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Hey Ras, welcome to your new home.

How are you finding the new surroundings?

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