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  1. @Game WardenYes, Leopards mostly descend trees head first 😃
  2. @Game WardenNgorongoro Crater Tanzania great place to see Spotted Hyenas hunting
  3. @Marks might post later...
  4. HUNGRY CROC Monday again so here is another Safari-memory, this happened in Botswana October 2010. Early morning Chobe River Photo Safari with private guests in small boat focusing mainly on Birding. After 15min up close to a couple of Saddle-Billed Storks so good start, then just behind them we spotted about 10 Wild Dogs finishing off a Kudu on the beach. Great sighting and no other boats or vehicles around, my guests very pleased. Then this big Croc surfaced next to our boat, crawled up on the beach and headed in direction of the kill. The Wild Dogs not happy and tried to scare off the intruder. The Croc very focused succeeded its mission then crawled back toward us with part of the kill. The Croc seemed very content. I got some good pictures and the whole sequence on Video as well and so far its Nr.4 of my Top10 Croc-sightings. That was a nice morning for Birding Have a nice week! /SAFARILEGEND
  5. @CaroleE nice pictures and yes, South Luangwa + Lower Zambezi very good
  6. @Lyss Yes we were lucky they decided all to show up in one open spot just by us
  7. @busyliz Nice sightings
  8. @busyliz nice pictures and report. Le Mirage is a cool place
  9. @Antee Nice sightings and pictures
  10. @janzin Good pictures! I used to live in Mara, so many nice places to visit
  11. @wilddog ok great and thanks for info! I will keep posting under this section I got so much material it´s crazy... and will hopefully start posting videos in future.
  12. @Antee sorry if I posted not correct, please let me know where I should have post? Im trying to learn SafariTalk and thought this was Ok to post here under this subforum for Safari Guides to share their stories, encounters and anecdotes.
  13. @Atravelynn yes you are right
  14. @Game Warden ok and thanks for info

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