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S29 Mlondozi Loop

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Re: S29 Mlondozi Loop

Unread post by big5spotter » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:31 pm

Mating lions on the corner of the S29 and H10 just as you past the bridge.June 2009
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Mating lions about 5km onto S29 on the bridge side.January 2010
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Serval November 2010

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Re: S29 Mlondozi Loop

Unread post by Manovo-Gounda » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:56 pm

Great shots Big5spotter :clap: !

I find the S29 a great road for mammals and birds - I always give it a go.

Seen last January on this road.
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Re: S29 Mlondozi Loop

Unread post by o-dog » Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:11 pm

Richprins wrote:This is a very pleasant and quiet road, but smaller vehicles may struggle to see over the grass in some areas!

Around the late 80's early nineties, and before, there were tsessebe herds in the area..I even saw one from the lookout facing North! :shock:

Also, a sable sighting or two.

Both populations have sadly disappeared.


Great info!!!! Fascinating...I hear Eland have been spotted nearby in the last year or so.

Gunner wrote:Has there been any Cheetah sightings on this loop recently? Perhaps a coalition or mother and cubs :hmz:


Saw the 2 main dominant males on this road last Dec and this Dec they were there again...just missed them this time though.. :thumbs_up:
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Re: S29 Mlondozi Loop

Unread post by Donny » Thu Dec 23, 2010 11:29 pm

Drove this road quite a few times this past weekend and not as productive as my past experiences but still a great road. Lotsa ellies around at the moment.
The T-junction with the S122 that area upto Mlondozi n back onto the tar is looking awesome. Nice and green with short grass.

Did get to see an interesting interaction between 3 bbjackals & a hyaena in the road just short of the Mlondozi dam turnoff where the jackals kept on chasing and harassing the hyaena until he ended up running down the road away from the jackals. Got a feeling there was a den the jackals were protecting.

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