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A male Golden Pipit (Tmetothylacus tenellus) was spotted last week along the Argyle road (24.192963S, 31.359435E) by Tim Gaunt, Safari Manager of Motswari. He happened to be in the right place at the right time! According to the Southern Africa
Written by William Sonnenberg Phantom of the bush; white lion of the Timbavati I wake at some ungodly hour, the luminous hands of my watch tell me it’s 2:30 am. I lie awake in the dark. Looking out through my bedroom window
Written by Luke Street The rest of the week at Tanda Tula proved worthy of following on from that glorious morning with a superb sighting of the Zebenine pride lazing about with the Mbiri males one evening. They stayed true to
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2QKPJC0CQY For a fascinating peep into the world of Pangolin's, watch this incredible 3 minute trailer video thanks to Bruce Young, producer of the full length documentary “Eye of the Pangolin” available on YouTube Pangolins or scaly anteaters are tiny creatures (with
Vultures are in big trouble. All over Africa populations are declining. South Africa is no exception. Poisoning, “muti” killings, loss of habitat and scarcity of prey are some of the reasons for the decline ALTHOUGH THERE ARE HEALTHY VULTURE NUMBERS IN THE TIMBAVATI, THEIR
The spotted hyena is a remarkable predator. They are highly skilled and intelligent hunters that will also eat birds, snakes, lizards, insects and plants. Hyena species There are three different hyena species, with the spotted hyena being the largest of the