Watching Her Back by Brendon Cremer on Flickr.

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Shortly after witnessing this female killing an impala, a pack of hyaenas arrived on the scene, alerted by the impalas frantic alarm calls. Her mate whom she was with at the time, a much larger male, grabbed the kill and hoisted it up into a marula tree out of the reach of the hyaenas. She too climbed to safety away from the pirates of the African bush. Elephant Plains Game Lodge, Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa

Ranger Diaries - Khaki Fever

Ranger Diaries – Khaki Fever

Khimbini Hlongwane from Inyati Game Reserve in the Sabi Sand was captivated by animals from an early age.

“Growing up in a village in the eastern Transvaal (now Mpumalanga) got me exposed to wildlife from a young age and I was fascinated by the behaviours of various animals,” he says. “I loved being out there with brothers herding cattle and goats while interacting with wildlife. It was really…

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Safari Update by Mathew Brennan

Safari Update by Mathew Brennan


Over the last few months things have changed dramatically. Firstly the rain has stopped, leaving behind it an ever widening sand river, eroded roads and an ever changing landscape. As we move into winter we are experiencing the very short typical autumn that is common for the sub-tropics. So the bush is starting to turn yellow and brown, and the lovely green is starting to fade into…

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Outlook Safaris Game Drive in the Kruger National Park

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