The babies have started! November has been a month for fantastic sighting. Here are some highlights we would like to share with you.
And the rains have started, we have had a bit of rain to kick off the summer. Not a lot but enough to start turning the burnt areas green. We now wait with bated breath for more rain and for the babies to start being born. Here are some highlights we would like to share with you.
September was a month of fire! It is very dry at the moment and we battled with a massive fire that burnt a large section of the reserve. The animals are still wondering around in the burnt areas and once the rain comes it will all turn green. Here are some highlights we would like to share with you.
Did you know that kudus have a very large liver in order to handle the toxins (Tannins) in the plants that they eat?
Did you know that the gestation period of an elephant is 22 months? This is the longest gestation period of all mammals.
Did you know that the collective noun (name) for a group of Zebras is a dazzle?
July was a very busy month for us with the winter school holidays and some groups from the world choir games joining us on a number of activities. We got to share so many special sightings with them, here are some highlights we would like to share with you.