Monthly Archives: August 2011

Beho Beho Bushblog – Kimberley – 27th Aug

Increased Security and traffic jams!   I always tell our guests that working and living in the bush is not just a job, but a lifestyle. I am proud to have made the choice to live a life of isolation … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Heribert – 26th Aug

What a week this has been, almost everyday we had at least one lion. It is still confusing with which pride occupies which territory, I have started compiling photos of the males we have in the area and hopefully sooner … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Walter – 24th Aug

Just having the opportunity to see one leopard is thrilling enough, but to have three different leopard sightings in one day, that is magical and unbelievable. Imagine sitting down at the Lunch Banda, a beautiful scene already as you sit … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Heribert – 21st Aug

Come August and yet another August the 21st being my favourite. This is the day I came to life. Out in the in the wilderness of the Selous I had a lovely day, started off with a morning drive that … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Kimberley – 18th Aug

Today started as any other ordinary day in camp – the early morning staff meeting at 7am with a cup of steaming tea and then a hive of activity as work commences whilst the day is still cool. Menu’s are … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Ian – 16th Aug

“BUSHNIGHT” – It was to be an adventure of a lifetime!!!  We, myself Jonathan and Louise, set off for a Bush Night on a calm, slightly overcast and mildly warm afternoon. We had just finished a delightful afternoon Coffee & … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Heribert – 15th Aug

Our lions have been a little confusing as the prides have split to mate and a new one has come through. The Manze pride (greedy lions) have been in a hard time, each time I see them they either have … Continue reading

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