As I left this morning, the first critters were the Impalas that seem to live at the gate at Satara. Soon after were the Wildebeests that are usually in their places too. The first pictures were of a Vulture Tree. Next were some Zebras who turned their backs on me, but I took a picture… Continue reading May 19 – Satara to Olifants
I started off this foggy morning with a Helmeted Guinea Fowl road block. Guess they heard that I mentioned that I hadn’t been seeing them around Satara. The sun soon rose with a beautiful sun rise and cleared up the fog for a nice drive. Today, I had decided to drive south a bit to… Continue reading May 18 – Satara
I didn’t set my alarm last night, since there wasn’t a rush to get up and I could leave anytime for Satara. The only times I have used the alarm was for extra early get-ups for morning drives or walks. My neighbour had an alarm set for 5:00 am, so that got me up and… Continue reading May 16 – Lower Sabie to Satara
First thing this morning I drove to Sunset Dam, where the sightings were African Spoonbill, Hippos, the moon, a pair of Pied Kingfishers, who landed on the bush right beside my car, an Egyptian Goose family, the start of the sunrise,and an African Fish Eagle, just as I was leaving. It is still not light… Continue reading May 14 – Lower Sabie
A lot of the critters at Assiniboine Park Zoo were awake and active when I was there on Friday – so I have lots of pictures and videos to share. So, we continue with more of them today. 🙂 Snow Leopard These are the 2 young ones that were born last year. I couldn’t see… Continue reading Still More from Assiniboine Park Zoo
Oak Hammock Marsh is huge and the chances of finding a particular bird (or birds) is remote – but I headed out there this morning after breakfast to try to find and photograph the Tundra Swans.
At least once every weekend, I try to get to one of my walking places. Yesterday the Zoo was the attraction because the new baby Snow Leopards are now out on display and I wanted to see them.