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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:13 pm 
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I want to be in Berg-en-Dal so bad right now! :-(


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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2012 3:59 pm 
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Last night I was on the ssdrive, I had white rhinos, Scrub Hare, Grey Duiker, elephants, Buffaloes, impalas, giraffes, Civet, white tailed mongoose and 1 Male lion, today I have went out on a morning drive, I had 2 Lionesses with 2cubs, white rhinos, Buffaloes, water Bucks, giraffes, elephants, grey duiker and kudus

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Unread postPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:56 pm 
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here you are some pictures of Raymond

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I just got back from a morning walk with Rastah, we had a white rhino, kudus, impalas, klipspringer and buffaloes.

Enjoy reading and carry on supporting Proteas and springbok, I have forgotten to complement Hashim Amla for his best runs with England, well done Amla and the rest of the team, we are proud of you.

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

I just came back from a morning walk with Rastah, we had white Rhinos, elephants, impalas, kudus, Giraffes and Buffaloes.

Enjoy reading

Raymond Khosa
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Berg en dal Rest Camp
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sorry, the message was at 8h47, :redface:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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I went out this morning for a morning walk, we had an elephant bull, 9 buffaloes, impalas, Zebras and white rhino Bull

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Raymond Khosa
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
Unread postPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:26 pm 
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Hi Raymond

We will be at Berg'n'dal 6th/7th/8th September. :dance: Hope you are taking the sunset or night drives one of those evenings so we can join you seeing all those wonderful sights! :D

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DASSIEDELIGHT & Peregrine Falcon.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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what a chance :dance:

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Did you also think about doing a walk? BnD is a fabulous camp for walks and Raymond does most of them :wink:

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Hello forumites
With the rain we had in the park, we had 2 sightings of yellow billed kites and steppe buzzard.
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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Well here I sit in Missouri City just south of Houston and if I am lucky I might be back in Kruger next March.
I need to win the Lotto so I could spend 6 month in Botswana, Lesotho or Swaziland with my hobby of Ham Radio then I would spend a week in each of those 6 month in Kruger. Have never been North of Lataba nor been able to spend more than 4 nights. I am so bored here since I retired from teaching.


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 Post subject: Re: Berg en Dal sightings
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Rain have stopped, Rastah went out this morning on a morning drive, he had 2 lionesses with 2 cubs, spotted hyenas, white rhinos, elephants, giraffes, impalas and Buffaloes.

Enjoy reading

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Hello Forumites


Last night I was on the sunset drive, I had 3 male Lions at gardenia Hide, Grey duiker, water mongoose, civet, cape Clawless Otter, elephants and white Rhinos.

Enjoy reading

Raymondk

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A pride the size of a population

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:shock: What a pride.! I count 21

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