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Wildlife Journal March 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

As March draws to a close, the rainy season is clinging on by its slippery fingernails. Normally by now we would have seen the last of the life-giving rains, but still we are seeing build-ups of clouds each afternoon. This of course leads to spectacular sunsets, the sky barred and streaked with orange and pink. It can also of course lead to rain of … Read More Wildlife Journal March 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

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Wildlife Journal February 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

Weather has been very kind to us in February – rainfall only gracing us in the form of afternoon thunderstorms, which was every seven to eight days apart. For the rest of the time it was generally hot and sunny to partly cloudy. At Inyati this time of year it’s all about billowing green grasses, dark stormy skies and wildlife enjoys the seasonal abundance … Read More Wildlife Journal February 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

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Wildlife Journal January 2011 – by Khimbini Hlongwane

January is one of the wettest months in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa and this year was no exception, the Sand River has risen up few times during this month. The thunderstorms have provided some spectacular shows, with the lightning from distant storms lighting up the night skies. Everywhere you look there is life, from large to small. January was a hot and … Read More Wildlife Journal January 2011 – by Khimbini Hlongwane

A bush wedding is a joyous and heart-warming experience.

A Spring wedding The change in season has brought with it the first signs of new life. As the temperatures increase and the humidity slowly thickens the air many of the plants have reacted by producing fresh new leaves and bright aromatic flowers. One of the more obvious trees the Weeping boer-bean (Scotia brachypetala ) produces tufts of brilliant red flowers that create a … Read More A bush wedding is a joyous and heart-warming experience.

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