It seems that these little primates are becoming big fans of the night vision camera! I was standing right in the window with a normal video camera for this one! They’re getting brave!
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Whilst the bushbabies love to hang out in our sandforest here in Hluhluwe, they tend to run off at the sight of humans. But now winter is coming and they have suddenly got very confident… Be prepared for regular updates from these cheeky little monkeys!!
For those of you who haven’t found this post via the main website of our Hluhluwe accommodation, this is what you have to look forward to when you book at Umkhumbi Lodge. A walk along a winding path (lit by fairy nights at light) leads to your home from home. And don’t worry about […]
Narina Trogon factsheet is this weeks factsheet, see below
The bird hunting continues! A fantastic days sightings at uMkhuze, even whilst loading the car with our cameras, telescope, binoculars, bird books and most importantly breakfast we could hear the birds whistling around us. No sooner had we pulled out of Umkhumbi Lodge gate than we see 2 Burchells Coucals sitting on a fence post, […]
Time to say good bye to Kosi Bay as the boys set out at 6:30 am to head once more to their Hluhluwe accommodation at Umkhumbi Lodge. But whilst we’re driving past Tembe Elephant Reserve, it would be wrong not to go in… wouldn’t it? Don’t let the name fool you, Tembe Elephant reserve is […]
Day 2 – Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Thankfully it was not a baking hot day in the park today! The sun was out, there was no chill on the breeze (except at 5 o’clock in the morning maybe) and the bird sightings were fantastic! hamerkop woolynecked stork hadeda ibis african white backed-vulture lappet faced vulture white headed vulture […]
Finally the rain has come to Umkhumbi Lodge. The Nyala, Impala and Duiker have (like us) been standing out enjoying the rain. As much as we love the sun, there are few people who can resist the kiss of the rain on their cheeks. With it we have also had some amazing lightning storms […]
We have been featured in the news once more! See the article on the IOL website here. Umkhumbi Lodge 13th November 2011