Conservation

It was 3 June 2012… The middle of winter was approaching in the KGALAGADI TRANSFRONTIER PARK in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. We were camping at the Nossob Rest Camp and were not all that happy and a bit annoyed about the park’s gate that only opened at 07H30. But as usual, we were the…

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  • Johan BenadeJune 10, 2014 - 04:36 - So nice to read and view the most beautiful images. Thanks for sharing your story. ReplyCancel

  • nanJune 10, 2014 - 13:13 - nice souvenirs for me too, I met Langklaas on the 25.4.2007 for the first time… unforgettable !ReplyCancel

  • ghettoriderJune 10, 2014 - 13:21 - Great shots . I was lucky to see a leopard on my first visitReplyCancel

  • Tony SparkesJune 27, 2014 - 19:53 - Hey Rudi, We were in the Camp at the same time as you like to have met up for a chat, seen you alot on the various forums and chats

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It was to be an exciting trip to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa! It was and still is our favourite South African national park and it had been a full year since our last visit… We decided to spoil ourselves and booked three nights in a cabin in the…

Adult bearded vulture   The view from the famous rock… (Image stitched from 4 separate frames) Wildlife- and nature photography is all about exploring new frontiers and literally broadening one’s horizons. I  recently had the privilege to do just that, when I visited the Giants Castle Nature Reserve… Where and what is Giants Castle?   Giants…

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22 September 2012 is World Rhino Day again…   But what is World Rhino Day and who initiated it?  

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