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A water polo event, organised by Charlie and Raymond, was a great success. A good R20000 was donated and received for the Skey-Hawk project.
Here are photos that Ingrid Passier took on the 31st of December 2016 around the pool.
Here are some photos of the little elephant that was abandoned by his mother and trying to survive without the herd. Marc told us his age was about 2 years but the elephant was very small and undeveloped.
Notwithstanding the achievements of your Board and the critical role it plays in fulfilling its requirements to sustain a fully functional and operational Share Block through sound governance, compliance and transparency, I summarise at Reserve level, the challenges and achievements made in the field during 2016. There is no order of priority nor any expression of seasonal time lines.
In August 2016, Management reported on the shallow contour lines ripped on the Wahlberg Plains on Argyle and the Serengeti Plains on Buffelsbed (under "Conservation").
The following contribution is from the Fuller family in Bungalow # 42, who describe these fascinating encounters with lions during their recent visit to Ingwelala.
I hope you may find the following thread of pictures interesting, these are personal observations of processes I have not yet observed in the field before.
We were driving down the eastern side of the river heading towards Timbavati Crossing when we saw a Brown Snake Eagle fly across our path. We were amazed that it was able to manage and carry such a large snake in flight.