The Masai Mara experience

Originally posted on roncorylus:
Visiting the Masai Mara is much more than just some game viewing.  We stayed in the Kichwa Temba Camp and were very well looked after.  The staff and our rangers were excellent and we were constantly entertained with different dinner or lunch venues.  We were greeted like old friends on arrival and everyone came to see us off.  It was an… Continue reading The Masai Mara experience

Wildebeest of the Masai Mara

Originally posted on roncorylus:
The iconic animal of the Masai Mara, Serengeti and the Mara River is the Wildebeest or Gnu.  This is because of the vast numbers that occur and because of their annual migration in search of better grazing, which takes them across the Mara, where they become prey to drowning and predation by crocodiles. They are also the prime source of protein… Continue reading Wildebeest of the Masai Mara

Courses offered by BirdLife Overberg

Originally posted on Hermanus Bird Club:
? Dear John, Hope this finds you well and safe. The ‘Flying Higher’ online bird identification and celebration courses are very popular and due to the demand it was decided to adapt the courses in line with the latest partial lifting of Covid-19 pandemic travel restrictions. Two courses focusing largely on birding opportunities in National Parks in the Western… Continue reading Courses offered by BirdLife Overberg