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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:53 pm 
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:thumbs_up: what a walk :D

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Rastah did a walk with OOm Willie, they had Black rhino, white rhino and Impalas

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I had a honey badger, leopard, Lions, white rhinos, Black backed jackal, elephants, buffaloes and kudus on the 2 drives I did, this morning I had a morning walk , I was walking with Rastah, we had honey badger, white rhinos, elephant bull and impalas. We were off line that’s the reason of taking long to report.

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wow Honey Badger :dance: :dance: :dance:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Now that is a great list of sightings :dance: :clap:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I had Leopard on top of Marula tree, white rhinos, elephants, spotted Hyenas, impalas, kudus, giraffes, genet, civet, spotted eagle owl and hippo.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a morning walk with Patrick, we had elephant bull, white rhinos and 4 Buffaloes, we also had impalas, Zebras , Grey duiker and Klip Springer

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 2:56 pm 
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Hello everybody :yaya:

I will not be home for 4 days
but I will try to post Raymond's messages ... if I can have a connection ... see you soon :D

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a morning walk with OOM Willie, we had White Rhinos and Buffaloes.

Enjoy reading

Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Yesterday I went out on a morning walk with Willie, we had white Rhinos, we also had a lovely experience with 1 male Lion chasing 10 Buffaloes but haven’t catch, it have just passed in front of us while we were on top of big granite rock watching them.

This morning I also had a walk with Patrick, we had white rhino bull, elephant bull, kudus, impalas and Zebras.

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Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Hello Forumites

I did a walk with Rastah today, we had white rhinos, giraffes, impalas, grey duiker and Buffaloes.

Enjoy reading

Raymond Khosa
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Berg en dal Rest Camp
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a bush braai last night and Rastah was on the SSdrive, I had a leopard of which I updated ECHO JUNKIE , I also had white rhino, White tailed Mongoose, Large spotted genet, Rastah updated me of Lions on the s-band of which I have found, within few minutes watching them one came out of the bushes chasing impala and they caught it on the side of the road, on my way to the gate I had breeding herd of elephants and Hippos.

This morning I did a walk with Rastah, we had Buffaloes, impalas, Giraffes, Grey duiker, kudu bull and White rhino, we also had a sighting of Wahlberg’s Eagle as well

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Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Black rhinos, Hyenas, were spotted on the sunset drives, Yesterday Rastah had wild dogs that have killed impala on the Skukuza and Malelane gate road. Elephants, buffaloes and white rhinos were also spotted on the walks.

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Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a drive last night at the gate, I had a Lioness that was on top of Marula tree, luckily I got the pictures, I also had white rhinos, elephants, white tailed mongoose, large spotted genet and a hippo, Jaco Buys who was on a drive had a Female Leopard with a cub after gardenia hide, he also had 6 Lions, white rhinos and elephants.

This morning I went out on a morning walk with Rastah, we had a white rhino cow with a calf , impalas and Buffaloes,

Enjoy reading

Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a bush braai drive last night from Malelane gate, Rastah who was on the sunset drive updated me of 2 male Lions and 1 Lioness that were walking on the middle of the road heading to Malelane gate turn off, we also had a heard of buffaloes, elephants, civet, white tailed mongoose, giraffes, impalas, Hippos, and spotted Hyenas.

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Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I did a walk with Patrick from malelane gate, we had white rhinos, giraffes, Zebras, kudus, impalas, steenbok and Grey duiker

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Raymond Khosa
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