Category Archives: Sean

Beho Beho Bushblog – Sean – 18th Nov

This last week has seen the rains setting in and daily showers have greened up the countryside beautifully. This afternoon I was making my way up past the western bandas when another shower swept past. This was the view from … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Sean – 14th Sep

A day of babies: Word came in over the radio – the dogs had been sighted, with their pups. We raced out there, close to Lake Tagalala, but it took almost 30minutes and we arrived to see tracks only. The … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Sean – 8th Aug

Last night we took a walk around the World War 1 trenches. Peaceful, with not much around, but really beautiful. The late afternoon sun really warms everything up and the grass takes on a golden hue. Just as we were … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Sean – 15th July

We had a great walk with Onesmo yesterday morning – after spotting a herd of buffalo sleeping in the open on the tamarind plain, we decided to walk to see them. We snuck up along a gully and peered out … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Sean – 1st June

The Selous is officially open again. The rains seem to be over, just the occasional build up of clouds with short, soft showers drifting over and Beho Beho is ready for another season. Game viewing from the camp is still … Continue reading

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