Some of the animals that we have seen.
Lazy Rhino’s at De Laporte Windmill
Reedbuck on Fayi Loop
He properly forgot to come his hair we he got up this morning
Some of the buffo low heard of approxcemently 200 strong.
Can this be a Juvenal African Hawk Eagle?
As he took off
I have posted a photo of this tree in August. See how green the field are now.
Speeding: much has been said about speeding motorist in the Parks. On the Voortrekker road no less than 5 cars went past us and non of the saw 7 Lions crossing the road.
Note the flees on her back and the lump on her left fore leg.
Beautiful Sub-adult male. Look deep into my brown eyes.
Green Pigeon at Afsaal Picnic Spot. See the fruit still in his beak.
Scops Owl at Afsaal Picnic Spot
Brown Headed Parrot at Afsaal Picnic Spot
This fellow has known better days
It looks as if this Leopard decided to close it eyes and stick out its tong just as I took the Picture
Klipspringer. It’s hard to believe that they spend their entire lifetime on confined area.
Black Mamba. The only snake that we saw.
The highlight of the weekend was definitely the adventure trail that we drove on, on Sunday morning. What an experience. It’s just you and Nature (Paradise) No other vehicles in sight, nobody getting out of their vehicles to take photo’s of animals. This is how the early visitors must have experienced the park. We have seen sable as well as Reed Buck. I only realised how devastating the fire earlier the year was on this trail. It was also wonderful to note the green sprouts on trees, which is an indication that it still alive, even though it has burned. I am scared to say too much about the experience, as I fear that humans might also spoil this