Sibon Phase 2 was completed ahead of schedule. The flow of the main building is far more practical and lends itself to better “bush and outdoor” and style living.
Elephants in camp once again demanded substantial time from the Conservation Team, repairing fences where possible, and replacing damaged support & anchor poles.
Snakes have been noticeably active and hunting for food, characteristic of them “fattening” up ahead of the cooler months to follow when they become less active.
The Nhlaralumi River flowed after fantastic rains in 2019, in that both January and February exceeded their long-term average figures.
Where there is water there are frogs. Members in Bungalow # 197 brought to my attention these tiny Marbled Snout-burrower frogs occasionally found in the swimming pool.
The following text is an extract from the latest report from South African Weather Service