Beho Beho Bushblog – Salum – 21st July

This evening I took three guests for the evening game drive. The game was some how slow this evening, but we saw a family of four Elephants at Kill fish crossing and then some Impalas, Wildebeest, Vervet Monkey and the herd of five Elands at Tamlyn’s plains. Then we crossed the Beho Beho River at Lolly Pop crossing to Little Serengeti. We stopped for our lovely sundowner at old Wild Dog Den while we where watching Elephants. We were on the cliff and three Elephants were digging and drinking in the riverbed. The number increased until there were twelve. It amazed me to see Bond there and the behaviour he showed to the rest of Elephants I couldn’t believe. He was the last one to arrive there and because he was the only big male there I thought he was going to bully the females and the young ones. But he was gentle and he greeted every Elephant from youngsters to old females. Some of the young Elephants had to leave the holes for him to drink but he didn’t drink, instead he walked away. Such a good bull.

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