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Thursday, November 22 2012

Last week I had the pleasure of taking two gentlemen who work as solicitors in London on a One Day Safari to Pilanesberg National Park.
We found these Kudu females in a grassland area on Sthepe drive close to the Kwalata turn-off.

Kudus are browsers and therefore live in bushy areas where there are enough trees with leaves for them to feed on. These cows were however spotted on their way to a stream where they were planning on drinking.

We also saw some of Pilanesberg National Park’s Elephants and got this nice photograph of a Lilac-breasted Roller.

As always, Pilanesberg gave a lot of wildlife sightings and our guests went home satisfied.

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