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My afternoon “commute”

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in Africa, Namibia | Comments Off on My afternoon “commute”

Saw these four giraffes on Okambara last week as I was driving back from checking the box traps…they were pretty non-plussed by my arrival and just went on eating. Giraffes are so photogenic!!! (They also happen to stand still a bit better than, say, oryx!)   (If the video does not come through in your email you can click HERE to see it on...

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Giraffe on Okambara (this post is for Carolyn)

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Africa, Namibia | 1 comment

Here are a few images of giraffes on Okambara. Some I can get pretty close to, and others I only can view from far away. They are one of the more fun animals to photograph because some aren’t even that bothered by you. The juveniles are the most fun to watch as they try and figure out just how scared of you they should be.              ...

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What’s at the Waterhole? II (Elephants)

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in Namibia | 1 comment

Three nights ago, right as the Biosphere Expeditions Team #3 was retiring for the night, the elephant herd wandered up to our water hole. It was a complete surprise because we’d tracked the elephants in the northern part of the farm just that morning. They must have traveled about 8 kms to get to our water hole. Picture is taken at the water hole at the Bush Camp on Okambara Elephant Lodge....

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Krazy for Kudu

Posted by on Sep 14, 2013 in Africa, Namibia | 1 comment

Before coming to Namibia I’d never seen (and actually never even heard of) a kudu.   Here’s a picture of a female at a water hole: And here is another one in the bush:     A side view of her:   And here are some more that I took a picture of just this morning:     And here is a picture of a really nice buck: Spring is arriving and all the acacia are flowering.   Hm…I...

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What’s at the water hole?

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in Africa, Namibia | 1 comment

Two days ago I was up at the lodge. They have a water hole there. I never see so many waterbuck anywhere as I do at the lodge. NICE!   There was also a very nice kudu buck…Can you see him on the right at the salt lick?  ...

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My morning “commute”

Posted by on Sep 1, 2013 in Africa, Namibia | 1 comment

This morning I told Vera that I would check the box traps at Frankposten and Bergposten…so I made my tea, climbed into the Landcruiser, and took off across the farm. The morning tally was: 15 oryx (gemsbok) 4 oryx calves 50+ black wildebeest 11 sable antelope 15 springbok 5 kudu 2 giraffe 2 steenbok and a whole bunch of horses. Now why don’t I post pictures of everything I saw? Well, I did get pics of the sable and...

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Field scientist Vera Menges in action on a camera trap in Namibia

Posted by on Sep 1, 2013 in Africa, Namibia | Comments Off on Field scientist Vera Menges in action on a camera trap in Namibia

Here’s a link to a short video featuring Vera, our scientist in Namibia (who is also my working partner for all the Biosphere Expeditions here in Africa). Here she explains about setting up a camera...

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