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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:39 pm 
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Another rare sightings being recorded again, pangolin on a night drive by OOM willie de beer, wild dogs again at the berg en dal gate and mlambane bridge.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 2:49 pm 
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I did a bush braai drive last night, I had 2 leopards at Matjulu loop, I also had buffaloes and elephants. On my way back I had Black backed Jackal, white rhinos and white tailed mongoose.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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The sightings around berg en dal is interesting at the moment, Peter who was doing a sunset drive last night had 2 Leopards, 2 Servals, 2 Caracals, 2 different sightings of lions, he also had Buffaloes, White rhinos, Elephants, giraffes, kudus, duikers and spotted eagle owls. On his way back to the camp he had a honey badger.

Rastah who was on the bush braai had 8 Lions that was roaring on the area where they had braai,

I went out for the morning walk with Peter this morning, on the walk we had white rhino bull, elephant bull, impalas, steen bok and kudus

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Yesterday I did walk with Peter, we had elephants, Buffaloes and white rhinos, Rastah who was on the morning had a Leopards, elephants, white rhinos and Buffaloes. Today I went out on a morning walk with Patrick, I had white rhinos, steenbok, giraffes, kudus and elephants.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Had 12 Wild dogs on the tarred part of S110 who had made an Impala kill just next to the road on 24 April and a Leopard to ourselves same road about 1 km before the H3 T junction on 25 April.

Also Elephant, Buffalo, Faru (a Swahili word), Kudu, Steenbuck, Impala and quite a few different bird species in the area.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I had a lovely sun set drive last night, I had 2 Male Lions at Mlambane bridge of which I have updated Peter and Patrick who were on the drive as well, I also had buffaloes, White rhinos, elephants, spotted hyenas, impalas, hippos and grey duiker. On my way back I had a leopard 200 meters from berg en dal camp gate.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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A Boom slang that was on the roof of the green land rover at the camping site were removed by Stephen Nel today

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it's dangerous.... the camping :whistle:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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And a pic from Raymond:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a walk this morning with Peter, we had elephant bull, 2 white rhinos and impalas. Peter last night was on the sunset drive, he had a male Leopard, white rhinos, elephants, giraffes, hippos, kudus and impalas.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Leopard sightings around the area is good at the moment, today we had mating leopards on the tar to Afsaal, another one was spotted day before yesterday on the berg en dal tar

Raymond Khosa
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Leopards everywhere :dance:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I went out this morning on a morning drive, I had White rhinos, elephants, buffalo bull, kudus, giraffes, zebras , Wilde beests, impalas, warthogs, bateleur eagle, Tawny Eagle, fish eagle, woolly necked stork , black rhino, hyenas and a male lion, yesterday I had a leopard sightings on my way to malelane gate that was on the Marula tree after the big marula tree.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Pardon my ignorance, but why does anne-marie have to post Raymond's reports? Not that I mind, but it seems to me double work. Why can't Raymond post it himself? I know that it is a very trivial question, but it still boggles the mind.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Basically not all the park computers access the internet, but staff can get and send emails via their intranet. So Raymond can send out emails but not access the forums.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I went out on a morning walk with Patrick from malelane camp, we had white rhinos, elephants, impalas and Giraffes.

Enjoy reading the forums, to find out you can go to www.raymondkhosa.blogspot.com and see some pictures.

Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Lions were just roaring 100 meters from my house but we haven’t find them, I had Black rhino, White rhino, breeding herd of elephants, impalas and giraffes on the morning drive, I was with leopard cub.

Just find out more about the roving ranger on www.raymondkhosa.blogspot.com

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