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Ama-Zing Safari Blog
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Camping in Pilanesberg National Park last week was both exciting and a bit frustrating.

When we entered on Tuesday, things started great with some really nice Zebra photos and plenty elephant sightings.

My guests were also very impressed with the volume of the Hippo’s call at Ratlhogo Hide. He now has a female and calf in his waterhole!
The entire time we spend in Pilanesberg last week, we were sitting on the edge of our seats. The signs of lion hunting kept popping up, which meant we expected them around every corner and under every tree.

This Blue Wildebeest Carcass in particular kept us interested for a long time.
When we got there these two Pied Crows were feasting, but they were soon displaced by a Black-backed Jackal.

We kept finding the carcasses but every time too late.

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