Last night I saw my first Bushbucks as they came into camp. It was already getting dark and they must have made it in just before the gate closed. I only got a picture of 1 of them as they settled down to sleep. This morning it was time to pack up and move… Continue reading May 13 – Crocodile Bridge to Lower Sabie
After the fog wore off this morning, it turned out to be another beautiful day and it was time to pack up and head for Crocodile Bridge. First sighting this morning was a tiny mouse running across the road, but no picture of the little guy. That sighting was followed by Hyaenas at a den… Continue reading May 10 – Pretoriuskop to Crocodile Bridge
As usual, there were more critters at Fort Whyte than the Muskrats that posed so nicely for me a few days ago. So – here are the rest 🙂 Pelicans – fishing Painted Turtles Mallard Ducks White-tail Deer hiding behind branches – I have so much trouble getting the camera to focus where I want… Continue reading The Rest of the Critters at Fort Whyte Alive
As I mentioned yesterday, I was finally feeling much better after almost getting rid of the never-ending cold. My membership at Fort Whyte Alive expires at the end of April and if I renew before then, I get a 10% discount, so I decided that a walk in the cool fresh air just might help… Continue reading Fort Whyte Alive – April
Our weather this year has real ups and downs. The temperature has gone up to +5C (which is above normal for this time of year) to -28C (which is below normal for this time of year). The amazing thing is that these extremes happened within a few hours. Some Canada Geese must have received word… Continue reading Are They Real?
It was a beautiful day at Fort Whyte Alive on Friday. The temperature was reasonable, the sun was shining (off & on) and for much of my walk, I did not see or hear anyone else around. I found deer! 🙂 At this point we heard a group (a very noisy group) of school kids… Continue reading Fort Whyte Alive – February 5
Continuing with more of the critters from yesterday’s trip to Fort Whyte Alive, I’ve got pictures of Buffalo, Canada Geese and a Mallard Duck to show you. While I was standing and talking to the people who had the deer following them yesterday, we saw a large flock of Canada Geese flying over us. I… Continue reading Fort Whyte – Buffalo, Geese, Duck