40 Years of Kalahari visits. part 4

by Lourens
(Benoni)

Kudu on the lookout Lochbroom.

Kudu on the lookout Lochbroom.

Kudu on the lookout Lochbroom.
Cape Eagle owl also at Lochbroom.
2012 Was also a good year for the Kalahari.
Quiver trees at Augrabies.

One submission does not allow for enough photos so here are a few more. Kudu at Loch Broom, Quiver trees at Augrabies.


A giant cape eagle owl and grass so lush in the Kalahari it nearly dwarfs the vehicle. Witsand photos will follow.

Lourens.

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Mar 30, 2014
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we also saw a kudu in the park
by: Mario

We saw a small kudu at Sitsas waterhole, near Mata Mata during our December 2013 trip. Seems like they are coming over the fence from the farms bordering the park?

Mar 30, 2014
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Yes, Lourens is right
by: Sam

we have seen the odd kudu in the far north of the park - near Grootkolk.

Mar 27, 2014
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Kudu coment.
by: Lourens

Geof;
Plenty of Kudu on private hunting farms outside of the park. we actualy only saw one Kudu on our last trip in the park. @012 we also saw only one Eland and there is supost to be large herds north of Nossob camp.
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Mar 27, 2014
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Love the giant eagle owl!
by: Henry

Motivating trip report - makes me want to go to the park soon!

Mar 27, 2014
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Kudu in the Kalahari?
by: Geoff

I didn't know there were kudus in or near the Kgalagadi! Thanks for the trip reports!

Mar 27, 2014
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That grass is high!
by: Micky

Nice owl photo!

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