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 Post subject: Re: Post those baby pics
Unread postPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:32 am 
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A Baby Ellie on the H5 in Kruger in March this year.
Mom wasn't too far behind tho!

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Aaaahhh Elsa, that is so cute!

Young waterbuck are so pretty.
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 Post subject: Re: Post those baby pics
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Thanks Flutterby, must say we were initially quite surprised to see such a young ellie wandering across the road alone but I think Mom was just enjoying a particularly tasty tree and was keeping her eye on baby!

I love the fluffy little Water Buck as well. :D

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What a lovely, lovely thread :clap: :clap: :clap:

Gunner, what a shot of the newborn Impie 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Post those baby pics
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You don't find them too much younger that that Gunner!
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 Post subject: Impala Babies there yet?
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Hi Everyone,can anyone thats been to the park recently tell us whether the impalas have started having their babies yet? We love the early parts of summer seeing all the new additions to the herds

Will be arriving at Croc Bridge this friday and staying in LS saturday night,sure we are going to have a fabulous time

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 Post subject: Re: Impala Babies there yet?
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I remember EJ saying that she had seen some Impala babies in the South the last few days.

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 Post subject: Re: Impala Babies there yet?
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Definitely lambs around here, do not know about on the east...or the northern areas. Last year the north was way before us!

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 Post subject: Re: Impala Babies there yet?
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No new arrivals in this area yet but they should be here soon. :dance:


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 Post subject: Re: Impala Babies there yet?
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Seems that there are a few about, but not the usual 'all together now' that is the normal pattern. The rutting season did not seem as pronounced as usual either, so maybe we will have a prolonged lambing season too.

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Believe Lourens from Phalaborwa Gate saw his first yesterday or the day before so it looks like they will be in numbers in a few days! :dance: :dance:

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Had 3 impala herds on the S114/S25 this evening with lamb nurseries already.......babies buzzing about wildly all over the place!

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 Post subject: Re: Impala Babies there yet?
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First babies at about 1pm in Phalaborwa area. :dance:


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