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Wildlife nut, journalist, blogger, snapper
Wildlife nut, journalist, blogger, snapper

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SOUTH AFRICA PART Part 5: Swellendam to West Coast National Park
Southern Black Korhaan Following
our stay at Honeywood Lodge ( see here ) we headed north-west to Paternoster on
the coast north of Cape Town for a 3-night stay, in another nice
lodging booked through Air Bnb. We travelled via Karoopoort and Ceres
to take i...
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SOUTH AFRICA PART 4: Cape Town to Honeywood: Victorin's & Knysna Warbler, Larks galore
Common Ostrich Following
our visit to Kruger National Park and Johannesburg, we flew to Cape
Town, surely of the world's finest cities. As usual, the imposing
Table Mountain behind a stunning coastline did not disappoint. We had
a nice apartment hired throu...
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SOUTH AFRICA PART 3: Kruger's Olifants & Orphen lodges plus Taita Falcon
African Elephant bull Following
our stay at Satara ( see here ) we headed north to Olifants
Lodge, known for beautiful views atop cliffs across the Olifants
River towards the Mozambique border.  Olifants River On the way and around Olifants
we found many mo...
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SOUTH AFRICA PART Part 2: Lower Sabie and Satara in Kruger National Park
White lion near Satara Following
our stay at Pretoriuskop Lodge in Kruger National Park ( see here ) we moved on the Lower Sabie Lodge for a 2-night stay. We left
early in the morning, seeing a troop of Chacma Baboons as we headed
east. Chacma Baboon In
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SOUTH AFRICA PART 1 – Suikerbostrand & Kruger's Pretoriuskop Lodge
Leopard Following
our 23-day trip to Ethiopia (see following five posts) we flew to
Johanesburg for another 23-day trip, to South Africa. We booked into
the nice Airport Inn Suites in Kempton Park. South African birding
mate Phil Penlington picked me up at ...
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ETHIOPIA PART 5 - The dry southern thornbush country, Nechisar National Park & Awassa
Eastern Paradise-Wydah W e
continued south to the dusty town of Negelle for a two-night stay in
the Maareg Hotel. Early
in the morning we headed
east along the Bogol-Manyo Road to the famed Libano Plain – home to one
of the world's rarest birds. We saw quit...
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ETHIOPIA PART D – ETHIOPIAN WOLF & BALE MOUNTAINS
Ethiopian Wolf After
Laker Langano (see following post) we again headed east, this time
towards the Bale Mountains - where some of Africa's finest scenery is
on display. As we ascended the mountains we stopped at a well-known
spot for Cape Eagle-Owl. Some l...
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ETHIOPIA PART C – Lake Langano and the Rift Valley
Black-winged Lovebird Following
our visit to Awash National Park (see following post) we continued
south to the very nice Harro Langano lodge on the south-east shore of
Lake Langano for a two-night stay. Early the first morning we saw a
pair of Yellow-front...
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