Wonderful Lion sighting
Beautiful birdies all around
Thanks Oom Barry!
Beautiful pictures of a great variety of birds Bushbuddies! Love the little Squirrel too!
Thanks Hilda! I do like interviewing the feathered species - they have such colourful personalities!
Cape of Storms wrote:
lying on our stomachs in winterleaves lying in the culvert looking underneath the road - and we finally found them!
Now that is brave! Going the extra mile to investigate
No leaf should remain unturned!
I think it must have looked quite hilarious!
Bushbuddies, studies while in Kruger - WOW that is now a challenge and hoped it paid off.
This is one thing about Satara camp - enjoy all the birds around and such a variety. Lovely pics of them all.
The HB, like your investigation style, but I think they are just light weight compared to what you are really looking for. Wish we can get some sightings when we will be there. Perhaps copy your approach.
Great work so far and look forward to the next interview....
So far it looks like the studies in Kruger did pay off...
SO's almost done with the exams and the results so far have been very good!
Definitely - do copy the approach. The road that leads from the petrol station into camp - there is a little culvret running underneath it. They sleep there. Go and find them for us, Kaapsedraai, and PLEASE bring back photographic evidence!
Those mafia members on the S100 looks very mischievous!
Amazing pics and how I wished that I could go investigating with you during the night
Just love your story
ANd all the camp birdies!!!! You were very lucky and well done on your inside investigation
How great was it to see the badger scum and sommer in action with their shenanigans
You will get your mugshots in time
Good to see the broomed lady is still on board!
We need some sweeping techniques to get those badgers out from their sleeping spot. Or even better - some sweeping action to get the leaves out of the way of us lying down and looking for them!
Crested Val wrote:
That one was just for you, Val!
And a tame CB at that!
Carol g wrote:
Don't let those beautiful birds fool you, they are all chirping soooo much, I think they are giving out inside information
Beautiful pics, thanks for sharing
Gossiping lot - its true, carolg!
They are also known for starting vicious rumours...
Good undercover work detective.
Thanks for presenting such compelling bucketful evidence.
You have successfully unveiled the mafiozo presence and this will help in nailing them and bringing them to book.
Good job agent.
Another Centurion Agent!
Welcome on board!
We need all the help we can, so keep those eyes open and help me sort throught all these bucketfulls of evidence!
For sure your inside investigation has paid off dividends, as they can fly in and out and provide you with all the fresh information you need.
Your photo evidence of all of them are very
It's time we move this investigation out again...
I like all the
isinkwe - just love all the pics you are bringing in to this investigation!
Oh well if the bush telegraph is faulty one will have to depend on the twitterings of the beautiful birds. But just remember beauty is only skin deep. Looks can deceive.
The things they "twitter" about... who can tell if it is true or not!
Always love doing my inside investigations!
Most intriguing investigation with outstanding (Trip) Report and Amazing pics to go with it. Thank you Bushbuddies
Glad you are still with us on this investigation!
john n poppy wrote:
another great episode....amazing how many prisoners you can find inside the fence
John - how true, a mixed lot inside the fence. I think it's time we move outside the fence to see what we can find there...
Meandering Mouse wrote:
Bushbuddies, you certainly did some undercover in exploring the ganglands
of the Parks. I would however be careful. Those unusual suspects
caught on camera might be capable of dastardly deeds.
for a devastatingly accurate account of the deceptive activities of certain wily creatures.
Thank you, Ms Mouse! It can be dangerous - but someone needs to face these creatures and get to the truth...
Even though there is no hard evidence of the badgers, I totally believe you
Many before me have also seen the badgers, it was about time I saw them for myself! Next time I WILL get them on