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 Post subject: Lionspoon goes lionbored in KTP (Oct 2012)
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6 months have passed and it’s finally time to return to the Kgalagadi. Image In eleven days we’ll be boarding the plane and in thirteen days we’ll enter the park again. We hardly can wait any longer, but patience is a virtue it is claimed… Image We managed to get a last minute change in accommodation, so that we now have four nights at Grootkolk instead of two. Image

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Apart from just being in KTP and enjoying the atmosphere, the scenery, the magnificent sunrises and sunsets, the golden hours, the dust, the heat and hopefully some heavy spells for rain, I’m obviously hoping to find some elusive critters. Top of my wishlist would be a good caracal , a good honey badger and a good wild cat sighting, closely followed by a porcupine sighting. And I’m willing to donate for a good cause in order to coax the critters into meeting me. Image

I know that donations towards the fight against rhino poaching would be an excellent cause, but more than a year ago, we cammers took on the challenge to raise approximately R 22000 for a mobile webcam and we still have some way to go before this will become reality. Hence, I’ll make my donations towards that project.

Providing co-operative critters this is what I’d lose in terms of cash:

A decent distance caracal sighting with good photo – R 300
A decent distance honey badger sighting with good photo – R 300
A close distance AWC sighting with good photo – R 300
A porcupine sighting with good photo – R 300
Getting close and personal with Mr. Handsome again – R 200
A cheetah mum with young cubs – R 200
A good leopard sighting – R 200


Also there is a challenge going on in the Stiffneck Forums which I couldn't stay away from:
Duke Ellieton wrote:
So JenBird and DeeBee, let us make this a real challenge and do something for the forums not just your egos. :tongue: :whistle:

Make some pledges for the Mobile Webcam. What says you ladies

Like R100 towards the Mobile Webcam project if you see any of these before me this year

Red necked falcon - you now know what it looks like DeeBee :whistle:

Melanistic Gabar Goshawk
Pygmy falcon
Ludwigs Bustard

and Oh Deebee, this is what some of what you are looking for look like :wink:

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Seeing that I enter KTP before Duke and Sharifa, I thought I wanted to take up the challenge as well: :whistle:

Lionspoon wrote:
Duke Ellieton wrote:
Another Angel takes up the challenge - you could not find me a pygmy falcon the last time :whistle: Hope you do this time - for the Webcam :D

Any more challengers - any pledges for the Mobile Webcam for a photo of

Red necked falcon
Melanistic Gabar Goshawk
Pygmy falcon
Ludwigs Bustard


Thanks for reminding me. :redface:

Still the deal is on - exactly how you said it: R 100 for each bird I find before you. :thumbs_up:

(Just to let you know: I never ever saw a Ludwig's in KTP so far. :slap: )


For the full story of The Woody Challenge read here and here.

Anybody out there who would like to participate in either challenge? Image

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 Post subject: Re: Lionspoon & Spots go colouring in KTP again (Oct 2012)
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Safe travels and hope you guys see plenty

Give me a photo of the below and I will donate something to the webcam. :wink:

A decent distance caracal sighting with good photo
A decent distance honey badger sighting with good photo
A close distance AWC sighting with good photo
A porcupine sighting with good photo

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 Post subject: Re: Lionspoon & Spots go colouring in KTP again (Oct 2012)
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:yaya: MM, Richard, Mel and Duke!

Happy to see you around and enjoy whatever I'll have to present after the trip.
I promise, I'll pay for a worse leo sighting than this:

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Duke and Mel - great to have you on board for the challenge! Thanks! :gflower:

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 Post subject: Re: Lionspoon & Spots go colouring in KTP again (Oct 2012)
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:yaya: Daron, barryels, OWN and Timbits!

Thanks for your lovely posts here and your good wishes! :gflower:

barryels, that leopard sighting certainly was one of the best we had in KTP so far.
Especially since we shared it with only two other tourists (who also happened to be our
neighbours at KK where we stayed at that time), so a very relaxed atmosphere. :thumbs_up:

OWN, you spoil me with your praise. :redface: Hope my TR can live up to your expectations. :wink:
Oh, and Mr. Handsome is the guy underneath my alias. And I spent a very romantic and private
20 minutes with him at Nossob Hide on our first trip to the KTP. :D

Timbits, I consider myself lucky if I get only half of your amazing sightings.
Let's see :hmz: There were eland, close leo with a kill, meerkats, giraffe, close AWC, pretty close
bateleur, then those lions at the picnic site, brownie, spotties, cheetahs and Sokkies of course.
That's a quite impressive list! :thumbs_up:

Sooo, and to let you know - this would definitely be a cub I'd consider being still young:

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 Post subject: Re: Lionspoon & Spots go colouring in KTP again (Oct 2012)
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Hi Trrp-Trrrrrrr (How do you remember how many r's you got on your alias when you are trying to log on? :shock: :lol: Very original nickname though! :thumbs_up: ) You're most welcome aboard! The more the merrier. :dance: And thanks for your kind wishes!

Timbits, next September? I feel you - that is way too long, I agree. :? Hope you'll get many KTP TRs to read in the meantime. It does help a bit! :thumbs_up:

Remember my 'walking plate'? Well, here's one of the bigger siblings.
Hope the family will be around at Grootkolk again. :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Lionspoon goes lionbored in KTP (Oct 2012)
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So we are back from our KTP trip... It was kinda weird… So different to everything we had seen and experienced before but still absolutely enjoyable. Funnily enough, the depression to having to leave the park never hit us this time, but that might be due to the fact that it’s only another 4.5 months until we are back once again.

I just had to change the title of my TR as the amount of lions we saw seriously let us into saying “Oh no, not another lion again.” at some point throughout our trip. And that coming from somebody who loves her lions dearly…

Obviously the fact that the elands – a first of many for us – were still around on the SA side made the lions have field day with them. We counted as much as 10 carcasses visibly lying in the Aoub riverbed just between Auchterlonie and Houmoed – a stretch of about 30 k’s. The hyenas, jackals and vultures were obviously so spoilt for choices that they didn’t bother cleaning up after the lions.

The next thing that was strange (in a positive sense!) was the amount of martial eagles we saw. Usually, I’d be lucky to see about one or two throughout our entire trip. This time it was in the region of 15 sightings. Then the amount of brown hyenas we saw: While staying at Grootkolk we had regular sightings each morning and each night. There were at least 2 different ones around as one was very skittish and would run off if there was too much movement or too much noise coming from the camp and the other couldn’t be bothered with that at all. We also saw one on the southern dune road legging it into the dunes. One at Nossob hide and one at Urikaruus at 4.15 am in the morning which we thought was special as I hadn’t read much about brownies in the sighting books there.

Talking about dune roads: The view onto the vast burned area there was also very strange. It almost looked like a red moon landscape with all those burned stumps sticking out of the red sand and no other vegetation being left after the fire.

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The roads throughout the park were much better than we had experienced on our last trip. Still badly corrugated in stretches but overall much more comfortable to drive than before.

Next thing are the waterholes that were reported to be empty. By the time we got into the park there were still quite a few left, but quite a few had been repaired as well. When we arrived on the Nossob side Jan se draai, Kwang, Langklaas, Kannaguass and Geinab didn’t have water. Kwang was fixed and with Geinab I suspect that it is purposely kept empty as didn’t carry water for quite some time now.

On the Aoub side it was Rooibrak that even had a sign (as did Langklaas and I think Geinab) telling visitors that the waterhole was empty and at some stage Craig Lockhardt, Houmoed and Gemsbokplein seemed to be void of water. But it could be just the eland having emptied them throughout the night and the water not filling back up quickly again as we had seen animals drinking there at other occasions.

Another weird thing was that you wouldn’t see anything (and I mean anything, not even springbok) for a long period of time and all of a sudden there was something special coming up for us.

That's all of the weird stuff I can think of right now...

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On a not so weird not - just the opposite: We met a lot of sociable people as well. Some of them forumites, some not. In chronological order:

Willem, the camp assistant at Kielliekrankie. We’ve met him every time we stayed there and by now it feels like meeting an old friend. Always great for a chat, always helpful, knowledgeable and excellent at maintaining the camp.

Our neighbour at Kieliekrankie – a story to be told separately.

bosticbudgie and her SO – fab people who donate a considerable amount of their free time to assist with the Kids in the Park activity. I pull my hat for that! Also great to chat to and it felt immediately as if we had know for much longer than we actually did.

Kalagadi Guru – not much I can say that anyone who knows Jannie wouldn’t know.

Franco, the camp assistant at Grootkolk. He was on his week off when we were there for the first time last year. But his reputation precedes him and rightly so! What a pleasant, helpful and knowledgeable person he is and just like Willem he takes brilliant care of his camp.

enrico and his mate Larry – I’m almost embarrassed to admit that it took us two nights that we the both of them and Spots and I spent a GK before I found out that enrico is a fellow forumite. Had some entertaining chats and good laughs ever after though.

No. 1 – a guy we also met at GK and who travelled on his own and meant to stay in KTP for two months (Can you see my face having turned all green?) to chase after some special photographs. We met up again at Nossob for more friendly chats which we enjoyed a lot.

Our neighbours at Nossob – a mix of two couples of which I first got to know one of the ladies at Nossob hide. Very friendly people who gave us a cooking lesson with the potjie and even let us have some to try. Yum! Also shared with them some lion sightings.

Jacques who fills in as a camp assistant at Urikaruus and Kieliekrankie. Like with Franco his reputation precedes him as well and rightly so just as well. Jacques is a brilliant guy with lots of passion for his job and lots of knowledge to be shared. I could say much more about him, but let’s just keep it to a minimum: I was deeply impressed by his excellent attitude towards his job and his guests!

Erik the camp assistant at Uri who has helped us out big time when it came to our bookings for next year. Great guy playing in the same league as Willem and Jacques.

wanderw and MarkW – definitely a great honour to finally meet two more of the KTP nutters! Thanks for the nice chat and the hint regarding the wild cat. Although we never found it. Not sure if it was our inability or the fact the cat had move on against all odds.

Steve from Oz – what a nutcase! But in an adorable manner. He was such a good laugh and had hilarious stories to tell. But that is kinda easy when you stay in SA for three months…

jacliz and her SO who we had got to know the year before and were happy to meet again this time around! Strangely enough, we did more talking when we bumped into each other on the roads than we did in the camp this time around. Another thing which was a bit odd. But it was just down to the dynamics, I guess.

The Warrington couple who enjoy the KTP as much as we do and who made for a great chat as well!

Loretta at the reception from Mata-Mata who went out of her way to accommodate us with our bookings for next October as we were still in the park when the bookings for next year opened.

Last but certainly not least rjm with whom we spend a memorable last night on our balcony in Urikaruus. There is not much more I want to add here, but you know that we enjoyed the evening in every way, R. Thanks again for your company and of course the delicious treat of a kingclip dinner with fresh salad.

And a lastlast positive note: People generally were chattier than we had experience before. Behaviour at sightings was mostly good with people sharing and trying not to block off or spoil it by just driving by. A lot of people shared the little they had to share and it seems that only a few got very lucky to see more than the ever-present lions…

Also, it was interesting to learn that each and every person we spoke to about the cycle challenge and / or the planned accommodation in KTP – either on Bots or on SA side – had very strong opinions about either. Don’t think I’ll have to mention which that would be. :wink:

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Now let the weird fun start…

As I’m for a bit of change when writing TRs I decided to relate stories which touched me, excited me, amazed me, entertained me or in short: which I found interesting in some kind of way or another. 8)

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Day 1
21/10/2013 – Twee Rivieren to Kieliekrankie

The weird stuff started on the very first day when we entered KTP around 3.30 pm. Having dealt with the check-in process and the renewal of our Wild Card (which went very smoothly thanks to a very efficient and friendly reception desk at Twee), Spots and I proceeded to the gas station to deflate the tyres and to fill up on diesel. While Spots was taking care of the technical stuff I was headed to the shop to put together the supply of Charles Glass for the first few days. As we had arrived in Upington on a Sunday the liquor stores obviously had been closed, hence we need to stock up in the park as usual. As I was standing in front of the glass door fridges and trying to make up my mind whether to also get some Savanna or not I all of a sudden noticed that laminated white sign on the fridge door. It told me that I was not able to purchase any alcohol on Sundays anymore due to the new Northern Cape blabla regulation. Say what??? :big_eyes: Our first day in the park and we wouldn’t be able to enjoy a decent sundowner??? :slap: Can you imagine me standing there in front of that fridge door, my dried out tongue sticking to the glass in desperation of being so close to the cold stuff but unable to devour the golden liquid? :slap: I decided to return to the gas station to relate the bad news to Spots. He almost dropped the air thingy... On our way up Spots rhetorically asked every car that approached us: “Any cold beer that we could buy off you?” Rhetorically because he didn’t really stop anyone to ask but just said it out loud in our car. :wink:

To cut a long story short: We had an understanding neighbor at Kieliekrankie who would provide us with a few cans of Guinness (for Spots) and a few cans of Windhoek light (for me). Not sure, if you are a forumite, but if you read here, let me tell you that we will be grateful forever for your tremendous humanity and your eagerness to save our lives! :clap: :dance: :clap:

But I’m sure you guys and gals are actually more interested in the sightings we got on our way from TR to KK. Spots and I had laid out guesses of what would be the first critter we would see. Well, Spots won with his springbok.

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On the dune road we got our first first: eland!!! :dance: I was one happy gal as I knew they did occur but had never laid my eyes on any during the last visits.

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Shortly after Houmoed we saw our first meerkats. WOW, that was quick! Usually we have to look and look and look before we would find at least some. Alas, a bit far off:

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Then there was nothing. Nothing at all… :roll: Then a car stopped us to tell us that there were 4 lions on a kill at Auchterlonie. And sure they were: two females in the riverbed, with the older, very sturdy one being flat out underneath a tree right next to the road and a younger one snacking on an eland. Two younger males with big tummies were playing lions at their best in the shade of a bush just below the dune ridge. One eventually got up to feed some more.

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So we had an amazing start into the sightings for our trip and hoped that this would be a good omen for the time to come. :hmz: Little did we know back than that it indeed had been an omen… :slap:

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Other sightings along the way:

The lambing season had already started:
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One of the many eland carcasses:
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For Micetta:
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Fork-tailed Drongo:
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Marico flycatcher:
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Northern black korhaan:
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Wildebeest lazying around:
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Jackal with his trophy:
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Day 2
22/10/2012 Kieliekrankie

The morning offers got my adrenalin up just around the corner: At Auchterlonie waterhole where the jackals and a lonesome vulture were attending to the rest of the eland carcass the lions from yesterday had left. Especially the vulture was special to me as I had never seen such a close one in KTP before. :mrgreen: Usually they would hang out in their nests on far off tree-tops. :roll:

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The next encounter that touched my heart was a familiar chat who had built its nest into the wall of the ablutions at Auchterlonie. :dance:

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After we had finished our business at Auchterlonie we decided to take the southern dune road towards Kij Kij. We had to get to TR to finally buy that stuff for the sundowners. Just before Tierkop we found another vehicle parked at the side of the road. It was bosticbudgie and her SO who were volunteering with the Kids in the Park for two weeks :clap: :clap: :clap: They were parked next to a jackal den with the cute pups playing in the early morning sun. :D

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Just a shame they wouldn’t cooperate and move out from behind the little twigs and branches… :slap:

We met them again at TR along with Kgalagadi Guru, so we had a mini-meet in the car park there. :lol:

And the most exciting critter of the day certainly was my first AWC that finally didn’t run away from me and my camera. I was one happy gal! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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But the excitement for the day was done and dusted by 9.30 am in the morning… :doh:

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Other sightings of the day:

Kori on the access road to KK:
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A took that would have made me really happy as well if I hadn’t spoilt the opportunity:
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Steenbok looking for brekkie in the sparse vegetation of the southern dune road:
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A juvenile BSE that would have got me excited as well if it hadn’t been so far off that the pic came out the way it did:
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Gemsbok on top of the dunes – by now already in not so favourable light anymore:
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Grey-headed sparrow at Kij Kij picnic site:
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For the rest I'll have to wait until the page turns, otherwise there'll be too many photos. :wink:

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Pumbaa, Bushbuddies, nan, Trrp - thank you! :thumbs_up:

Here comes part two of the other sightings of that day:

PGC perching on top of a dead tree along the Nossob riverbed:
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Swallow-tailed bee-eater just opposite where we found our cute AWC:
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Nesting giant eagle owl just outside TR. Loved that one as well, but would have never found it on my own. Thanks to Jannie for telling me where to look:
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Yellow mongoose – for a change not in a camp or at a picnic site but roaming the Aoub riverbed:
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The empty looking landscape of the Aoub:
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Wildebeest congregation at Kampfersboom:
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LBJ (lark of some sort?) at Auchterlonie picnic site: *edit* It's a spike-heeled lark (tick!)
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Our afternoon drive revealed almost nothing with this springbok roadblock being the most memorable encounter:
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The vast landscape of red sand dotted with green shrubs against a deep blue sky from our balcony at KK:
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And finally the day saying farewell:
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Day 3
23/10/2012 Kieliekrankie to Grootkolk

As we were headed north to Grootkolk we were on the southern dune road again and hence stopped by the jackal den once more. This time they allowed me some clearer shots which made me one happy gal :dance:

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Otherwise this day should turn out to be one of those “nothing for ages spiced with a sudden exciting sighting”. Well, we would have to wait for that. For a looong time... :roll:

After having checked in for GK at Nossob and the always needed toilet break we exited north. And then at Cubitje Quap – bang! – I couldn’t believe my eyes :big_eyes: A lappet-faced and a white-backed vulture as well as a young bateleur and at least 5 secretaries. Apart from the lappet-faced being another first for me, I like my bateleur and my secretaries. So here was a happy gal once more. :dance:

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I'll post a new epsisode first and get back to your numerous replies afterwards. :thumbs_up:

So, we're still on our way to Grootkolk and if I had thought the sightings couldn’t get any better after the raptor party at Cubitje, I was taught the opposite at Polentswa: At least 11 bateleurs of all ages, 2 tawnies and 7 secretaries where hanging out together either around the waterhole or in the surrounding trees. WOW! :dance: :dance: :dance: (Get ready for a bateleur overload… :redface: )

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Count the bateleurs in the tree… :whistle:

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They were absolutely everywhere:

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This looks like a very fresh one?

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And they even had some flashers among them :twisted:
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