Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Night drive leopards

We normally stop in the bush for a sun-downer (drink taken in the bush, surprisingly as the sun sets) and then continue the last half of an hour of our afternoon game drives as darkness falls.
These are magical times when the balance swings in favour of predators and the nightly opera unfolds.
Of-course because its dark we have to use a spot light to search for animals, but there are strict ethical codes that we follow to ensure we don't interfere of affect the natural balance.
By its very nature, night drives are less productive in terms of sightings then day time viewing, but when we do come across animals, its a magical experience.
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Written by Will Fox

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