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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Sat Sep 10, 2011 10:02 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I have read all you comments about Rhino sightings, if you look at my previous reports , I don’t indicate where we have walked, I also indicate what we have saw on the walks, if is a drive I will only mentioned what have been spotted on the drives, we will no mentioned the names of the road, I appreciate your inputs .

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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK


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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Recently we had a Black Mamba that have visited the camp, the camp
Manager Stephan Nel have managed to take it away from the camp with out
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a sun set drive last night and Rastah was on the late night drive, I had White rhinos, Elephants, Giraffes and impalas, and we also had Elephants mating, on my way back I had lots of spotted Eagle owls and Rastah had 1 Lioness on the Berg en dal tar.

Jerry from Biyamitii who was on his way back to Biyamiti had Wild dogs on the Malelane tar

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a sun set drive last night; I had Elephants, White Rhinos, Herds of Buffaloes, Giraffes, Kudus, impalas, Martial Eagle and a Grey duiker. On my way back I had a Male Leopard

I went out this morning on a walk with Peter; we had elephant bull, impalas and Zebras.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I also went out on a morning drive; I had spotted hyena, Elephants, White rhinos and a Black rhino. On my way back I had giraffes and a leopard that was very quick to disappear, other guides have updated me of wild dogs but I haven’t found them.

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This was a wonderful MD and we all Melph, her Dad David and I enjoyed it very much!

Also the walk with Raymond was an experience and the MD the day before with the mating lions was the best MD I had in KNP!

Thanks again for all the updates! I am already missing Berg en Dal! But will come back!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Leopard sightings around Berg en dal is good at the moment, on the 2 sunset drives I did I had 3 Leopards, Peter also had Lions last night.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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The sightings in and around Malelane was very good over the easter weekend. Did duty and on 2 occassions saw leopard on the tar road to Malelane

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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This week we had lovely sightings, Lions were around the area, Peter had 4 Leopards last night on the sunset drive, day before yesterday Lions had caught Wilde Beest at Afsaal, we also had Lions on the walk, white Rhinos, elephants and herd of Buffaloes. On our way back we had 7 Lions and 5 spotted Hyenas. I will be away and I will update you when I came back. Wild dogs were spotted around the area as well.

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RAYMOND KHOSA
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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

wow ! a lot of cats :dance:
have a nice... rest :D

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I went out on a morning drive, I had lions that was feeding on the kudu bull on the s-band, I also had white rhinos, buffaloes and elephants.
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welcome back Raymond :D

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I had a lovely morning drive today, I had 7 Lions, 14 wild dogs, white rhinos, impalas, 3 spotted hyenas, kudus, giraffes and 1 buffalo bull. Last night I was doing a bush braai , I had 3 spotted hyenas, elephants, white rhinos and giraffes. I will be away as from Monday until Thursday.

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7 Lions and 14 Wild Dogs and all the others :dance:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a morning drive, I had a leopard on the malelane gate road, I also had 2 male lions, breeding herd of elephants, white rhinos, giraffes, impalas and 3 spotted hyenas.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Wild dogs at the camp gate, I saw them, lots of vehicles.
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:hmz: is it possible to see the Dogs :whistle:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Last night Rastah was on the sunset drive, he had 2 Leopards, white rhinos, elephants, impalas , buffaloes and spotted hyenas. This morning on my way to malelane gate to pick up the guests for morning walk I had 2 male lions, breeding herd of elephants, white tailed mongoose and spotted hyena.

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