– thanks for the nice comments and i guess as you say we all have to go back to work at some point to pay for our passion.Flutterby
- thanks for the nice commentsKamadejo
– thanks for the bird ID – after looking through my bird books again i agree with you 100%. Regarding the first photo i also checked through my bird books before i posted and found nothing. The lion looked great considering he was on his own.JenB
- thanks for the bird ID – after looking through my bird books again i agree with you 100%.Vgstephens
– thanks and when the birds bit it is addictive. See you going in march and if i read correctly somewhere you going to be at satara 14th march – if correct do not forget to spend some time walking around camp looking for birds which is good fun. Glad to share the bird / snake sighting.Rusky
– glad you enjoying report and nice to know that the ID questions are not only helping me.AKadwa
– trust me you are not the only one who finds the birds difficult. Also thought long tail shrike i think we are correct but the tail is just shorter than i have seen before.PenFold
- thanks for the nice commentsMicetta
- thanks for the nice comments. No luck yet with the UFO ID’s.Foxy
– he really looked content and i think is going to grow up to be a very confident male.Lionspoon
- thanks for the nice comments
We arrived back at camp just before 3pm after the long drive and had a light lunch. We relaxed on the patio for about 30 minutes and then headed up the H1-2 to see if would could find the lions that had been posted on the sightings board.
We arrived back in camp at 6h20pm and decided on ribs and chips tonight. It was our last night of this short visit and we had been amazed at what we had seen. We decided that we would drive to the lions early in the morning and then depart for home.