African Wild dogs

July 2021 Sightings

Posted by Emily on Fri August 13, 2021 in Sightings Report.

July is traditionally considered a great month for predator sightings in South Africa. Winter coincides with the dry season here in the Lowveld, forcing animals to gather at the dwindling water sources. As the trees surrender their leaves and the grass becomes thin and sparse, it can become easier to spot the elusive leopard or sleepy lion lying up in the bush. No surprise then that we had another bumper month of Big cat sightings! Read on for more...

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June 2021 Sightings

Posted by Emily on Fri July 2, 2021 in Sightings Report.

Just like that, we’re half way through 2021! We can hardly believe how the year has flown before our very eyes, although the yellowing grass and misty mornings play testament to that fact. As another month passes, read on to discover the latest bush happenings at Klaserie Drift.

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May 2021 Sightings

Posted by Emily on Fri June 18, 2021 in Sightings Report.

Although the weather may have taken a predictable, wintry turn, the animals remain as unpredictable and exciting as ever. May was a month filled with plentiful lions, charismatic African wild dogs and a surprising bounty of chameleons! Keep reading to find out exactly which characters have been delighting our guests this month.

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April 2021 Sightings

Posted by Emily on Wed May 5, 2021 in Sightings Report.

It has been another bumper month for predators at Klaserie Drift! Keep reading to find out which Klaserie characters have been thrilling our guests during the month of April...

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A special encounter with African wild dogs

Posted by Emily on Tue April 6, 2021 in Wildlife.

There are few sightings that are quite as magical as that of the endangered African wild dogs. As highly sociable and playful creatures, they can provide countless hours of entertainments for those lucky enough to find them. Discover one such occasion this year where guide Emily was left almost speechless by her favourite animal of all....

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