Wildlife News

ELEPHANTS AT THE WATERHOLE

August 3, 2017

One of the advantages of having a waterhole at the camp is the constant comings and goings of different species…

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The magnificent Cape Wild Dog

March 19, 2017

Almost all visitors to the Greater Kruger come to see as much wildlife as they can, either in quantity or…

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Fantastic rhino sightings

February 12, 2017

While we try not to post media on rhino’s at the time we see them, we obviously enjoy some fantastic…

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a new Impala mom with her fawn

January 9, 2017

The common impala is always seen on a safari visit to Senalala as it is the most common ungulate in…

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DUMA

December 2, 2016

Displaced but has re-emerged in new territory.   This regal male with origins (well documented)in the  Balule Nature Reserve,  some…

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After a grueling El Niño-driven drought

November 15, 2016

After a grueling El Niño-driven drought, the river finally flowed for the first time in 18 months after 33 mm…

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Giraffe Reclassified

September 23, 2016

Scientists have analyzed nuclear gene data from all formerly recognized giraffe subspecies and have determined that all giraffe subspecies are composed of…

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Pangolins

August 23, 2016

Many professional guides never get to see one of these in the wild ……..they are that elusive! This Ground Pangolin (Smutsia…

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The latest additions to the Senalala team

June 19, 2016

Senalala would like to introduce the latest additions to the Senalala team: HJ Engelbrecht, a highly experienced FGASA Level 2…

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