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 Post subject: Meerkitty Kruger Tails and Tales Nov 2011
Unread postPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2011 8:24 am 
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Hi All :)

Watch this space for a Kruger trip report :)

3 - 5 November - Pretorius Kop
6 - 10 November - Lower Sabie
11 November - Crocodile Bridge

Was an epic trip! Its a pity that the things that you wait soooo long for, are always over so quickly.....

I'm on my way home today, but with a 11 to 12 hour trip ahead, thought that may as well start a TR :)
When home I have many pics to upload, I actually ran out of space on the camera card....

First few days to follow soon :)


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 Post subject: Re: Kruger Tails and Tales
Unread postPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 12:54 pm 
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Day 1
Pietermaritzburg ---» Pretorius Kop


Who would have thought that the 3rd of November would ever come?? Awake early and "bright eyed and bushy tailed" we were ready for our next Kruger adventure :dance:

On our "hoping to see" list, we had the following :
- Leopard
- Cheetah
- Roan/Sable antelope
- Hopefully big 6 bird
- A variety of birds

And so we made our way off, intent on actually landing up at Maroela. However those plans didn't quite work out.... On the way up we were stuck behind an abnormal load that took up the entire width of the road as well as being stopped by numerous one-way road closures due to construction. As a result we decided on Pretorius Kop :)

On our way to Kruger, I couldn't help noticing how beautiful our country is! The rolling hills of KZN were lovely and green, plastered with an array of flowers. In Mpumalanga, we went through a number of mountain passes making the trip a scenic one :)

Eventually, we arrived at Pretorius Kop at about 5:30. After setting up camp, we were welcomed Kruger style as the fiery-necked nightjar, Barn owl and Scops owl made their nightly call :dance:

Day 2 to follow soon :popcorn:


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 Post subject: Re: Kruger Tails and Tales
Unread postPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:16 pm 
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Day 2
Morning Drive

Our first full day in the park. We decided on a shorter morning drive, rest in camp during the heat of the day followed by a longer afternoon drive. We made our way along the H1-1 to Shitlhave dam. Here there was a herd of waterbuck.

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A fish eagle was also catching breakfast.

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We made our way back along that road, and took a drive on the S7, Here we met an elephant, also having some breakfast :mrgreen: It was quite amusing as he was using his tusks to rest his trunk on :lol: He was definately not a happy elly though, and we had to keep our distance.

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Along the way we spotted some kudu, a rhino, and a klipspringer who was resting under a tree. Even the klipspringer was hot, so decided it was time to head off back to camp. Back in camp, all the birds had come out, including some louries.

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Afternoon Drive

For the afternoon drive we took a drive to Transport Dam. A herd of elephants were busy eating around the water, so we waited to see if they would come drink, and we were rewarded :thumbs_up:

The biggest elly, we assume was the matriarch, went for a drink first, but this hot weather meant that a swim was on the cards. She made her way to the middle of the dam, untill only the top of her head was out the water. Soon after, another one followed suit and they "played" for a while in the water. Satisfied with her swim, she made her way to the dam wall where she carried on eating, with the other elly eventually following. Later on the youngsters of the group also decided to have a swim. They stayed close to the edge as there was also a small one with them. They played and splashed the water all over. When it was time to leave, however, they did not really want to. The group of them eventually exited and returned to the water about 4 times :lol: In some of the pics you can actually see the ellies running back into the water :dance:

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Also at the dam, we spotted some hippos, african jacana, fish eagle, blacksmith plovers and a sandpiper.

On the way back to camp we went via the Naphe loop, and then back on the main road we saw some buffaloes and a rhino.
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 Post subject: Re: Kruger Tails and Tales
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Day 3
Pretorius Kop


On day 2, we had mainly explored the main roads around Pretorius Kop, so today we decided to explore the gravel roads :thumbs_up: It was overcast, not lovely light for photography, but it stays cooler for longer so I think the animals will hopefully be out......

So we went along the S7 to the Doispan Road. Along there we saw a duiker and a vulture, all the animals like to face away from me when it came to :cam: time......

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From there we went along road that runs along the river to Skukuza. In all the sightings were a bit on the low side. However, still being early we hoped for some action back on the main road. One highlight, though, was listening to all the coucals call in the riverbed, because I love that call :dance:

Just as we got to Paul Kruger, I received an update that there had been a lion kill about 400m outside Skukuza. I actually originally did not beleive it at first....As we rounded the corner to go to Skukuza we were assured that there had been some drama :thumbs_up:
Three male lions had taken down a buffalo, in the middle of the road! It then dawned on me, that if we had of gone on the tar we may have witnessed the kill...... To see these lions was also another thing. Quite a queue had developed. And so we waited.... and waited... and waited untill 45 minutes later we moved one car space forward....hmmmm.... later on in the trip I would realise that it was ok, because we got even better lion sightings :thumbs_up:

Eventually, this was the only photo I got

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The kill was about a meter off the road, but it was quite concealed in the bush. And at least we got to see the lion, because as we got there the one lion had just finished feasting and was moving away from the kill :dance:

We made our way back to Pretorius Kop along the H1-1, where we came across some ellies and some buffaloes. As well as some more Waterbuck at transport dam.

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Back at camp the guines fowls came to investigate...

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In conclusion, it was not a very busy day, but seeing the lion was awesome :thumbs_up:
Till next time, when in the next day or two the sightings keep on coming :popcorn:


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 Post subject: Re: Kruger Tails and Tales
Unread postPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 4:02 pm 
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Day 4
Pretorius Kop ---» Lower Sabie


The time had come to leave Pretorius Kop, and on this morning we were headed to Lower Sabie - where we would spend the next 5 nights :thumbs_up:

Our first sighting of the morning was a Stanleys Bustard, who was making a lovely call :) Closely followed by a rhino - peacefully sleeping...
We then came across a family a dwarf mongoose, which were just too adorable. A while later, we saw in the distance that there were a number of buffaloes in the road :) When we arrived, we eventually lost count....but decided that there were at least more than 200 buffalo! That was definately a huge herd. Later on, we came across a lone hyena.

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We made a stop at Transport Dam, where there were some Blacksmith Plovers, Egyptian geese and some sandpipers. Eventually, we arrived at Nkulu picnic site, where we were welcomed by some ellies :) Along the way, however, we came across some cars looking at something....but we couldn't see what... After closer inspection we discovered there had been a kill, and there was a bushbuck lying there but no predator in sight :hmz: We decided to what and see if anything would come, but after a long time nothing came and claimed its meal. At Nkulu, I looked on the sightings board, and a leopard had been spotted in the same area. Maybe a leopard had made the kill and then gone to fetch her cub?

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Between Nkulu and Lower Sabie, we had a lion sighting. A female was lying on the far side of the riverbed, with her cubs. The one cub had its paw rested on mom, making it look like he/she was hugging her :lol:

Not long after, we arrived at Lower Sabie to set up camp. It looked like our campsite was home to a blue-headed lizzard :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Kruger Tails and Tales
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Day 5
Lower Sabie


Our first morning drive at Lower Sabie was an entertaining one, where we had more lion sightings than impala sightings :hmz: :lol: However, I won't talk about that first....

We made our way along the H10, here we saw a huge herd of buffaloes. They were all still sleeping, and then all of a sudden they all stood up, at once. It was like children standing up in a school hall on command. I wonder how they all knew to stand up at the same time....? We also saw that a few of the buffaloes had radio collars, and I was curoius as to what study is being done on them...if anyone knows?

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A short while later, we were stopped by two kitties lying placidly in the road :thumbs_up: They looked as though they didn't have a care in the world :) It was two juveniles, one male and one female. They were still playful, and when a car came along they would jump up and inspect each car. Eventually, they moved off the road, and decided that eating grass was better than meat :lol: We also moved off, and about 5 kms down the road, we came across a male and two females. They were lying quite far away, but it was easy to see them as the grass was very short and green from being burnt. We headed on, and found two more females patiently sitting and waiting.

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More on day 5 to follow soon, till then :popcorn:


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 Post subject: Re: Kruger Tails and Tales
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Day 5 continued
Lower Sabie

We carried on along the H10, where we had a number of sightings including:
-Elephants
-Rhino
-Jacobin Cuckoo
-Steenbok
-Long-tailed Shrike
-Red Crested Korhaan
-Warthog

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After a quick stop at Tshokwane, we went on the H1-2. We stopped at Leeupan, and noticed that Kruger was needing some rain :big_eyes: A dung beetle was doing some work as well....Even though the pan was dry we spotted some impala, warthogs, giraffe and a martial eagle. :dance:

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Back on the main road, we discovered this
:hmz:
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And then, an owl

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On the bridge crossing the Sabie river, a babbon decided that walking was no longer an option and opted for the easier taxi :lol:

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Back on the H4-1, toward Lower Sabie, there was an one-horned kudu

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And a bushbuck

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Some more lions were also spotted :) Two females were on the far side of the riverbed. We thought that they were proberly from the same pride as the previous day :thumbs_up:

The temperature was now getting hotter and hotter, so we decided to spend the heat of the day in camp :popcorn:


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Day 5 - afternoon

We did a short drive, going a few kms out Lower Sabie. We came across a bushbuck with the most adorable baby :thumbs_up: As well as elephants, a fish eagle and a pair of bateleurs.

At sunset dam, the hippos were having a good yawn 8)

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Till we meet again :popcorn:


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Day 6
Lower Sabie


Im going to continue doing my TR in shorter posts from now, as I have discovered that it is a lot easier (also with time :mrgreen: )

We decided to go along the H10 again, due to the previous days success :thumbs_up:

Our first stop was on the Lower Sabie bridge, where there were an array of birds. Some pics of the closer birds....

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A while later, we came across some ellies. There were 4 of them, and 2 were doing some "play" fighting.

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Along the way we also saw some ostriches and a rhino :thumbs_up:

More to follow :popcorn:


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Day 6 Continued

Our next sighting was a Reedbuck, and I believe it is the first time we had ever seen one in KNP :dance:

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Then we came across this really pretty flower, but not sure what it is....


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Then a giraffe...

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Day 6 Continued

Our next sighting of the day, was a pair of Coucals. The one was in full view, however, the other was was concealed in the bush. We watched them for a good while, as there were some calling in the background - so they also started calling :dance:

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Further along, there was a tortoise

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From there, we made our way to Mlondozi Picnic spot via the S122. Just by the picnic site, there were a whole lot of vultures.

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Upon arrival at Mlondozi, we could see that the vultures were all huddled on the gound eating. However, it was too far to see what :hmz:


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Day 6 Continued
Mlondozi


It was time to have a nice breakfast :thumbs_up: And we had some enteratinment from the ellies again :clap:

A large herd had come drink at the river.

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Spot the two tiny baby ellies at the back of the herd, just adorable :) In the river, there were a couple of hippos, however, the ellies decidd that they were the only ones that could be there. The matriarch, we assume, duly chased all the hippos out if her way, a couple of the other ellies also joined in. There was quite a lot of commotion as there were hippos running everywhere and ellies splashing water all over
:mrgreen:

There were also some hippos, lying out of the ellies way

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Eventually, some made their way to the dam wall....

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Itchy? :lol:

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This is just toooo tiring :lol:

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Till we meet again :popcorn:


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Day 6 Continued

Still at Mlondozi, when the ellies moved off, some giraffes, waterbuck and kudus came to drink :thumbs_up:

Heres a pic of the resident birds

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And just to say goodbye....

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Then we were on our way.

On the reat of our drive, we saw a sleeping rhino :D

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And then......the perfect time of day for a cheetah :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: The cheetah had made a kill, however, we could not see it. The cheetah was certainly very full though!

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Eventually, we headed back to camp during the haet of the day :popcorn:


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Day 6 Continued
Sunset Dam

We got back to camp at about midday, when we started to hear the hippos at sunset dam......However, they got louder and louder..... so we decided to go have a look. There were two hippos fighting, but they were grunting more at each other then physically fighting.

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Day 6 Continued

We went on a very late afternoon drive, and here are some pics

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Till we meet again :popcorn:


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