What a week it has been!!! Plenty of amazing sightings and lots to recap on this week. Enjoy… The Little Bush female has been seen a lot this week and rewarded our early mornings with some spectacular sightings of her. Her daughter, the young Ntsumi female, was having some hyena trouble earlier this week as… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Chanyn-Lee Zeelie
My name is Chanyn-Lee Zeelie and I am part of the Sabi Sabi Social Media Team. My parents played a massive role in my passion for nature as I was lucky enough to go on holiday to the Kruger National Park since a very young age. The first time I set foot in Sabi Sabi was in 2012 at the age of 20.
Needless to say, I never left and have fallen in love with this piece of heaven. I enjoy writing blogs about what inspires me at the time and I couldn't be happier to share it with passionate people like myself. I still get extremely excited about all aspects of nature and find great fulfilment in learning more about this environment each day. Every day is unique and unpredictable. The only certainty is the unfaltering beauty of Sabi Sabi. I am very lucky to be a part of that.
I love how nature can be peculiar and perfect all at once. It is unscripted and unpredictable and a privilege to observe. The following species, with their strange specialities, have often left us scratching our heads in astonishment and amazement… What is an “all about weird” blog without hyenas? In the previous edition we spoke about… [Read More]
Humans have done a lot of exploring and experimenting over the last couple of centuries and have evolved rapidly to become the dominant species of the world. Today we take a look at the bizarre practices people came up with by using animals for the strangest things. Many years ago, when technology wasn’t as sophisticated,… [Read More]
We hope you enjoy this week’s highlights from the past 7 days on safari… The week started with a sighting of the Msuthlu female as she was seen feeding on her young impala ram kill. After a couple of days of feeding, her focus shifted to some warthogs passing by. She may not have had… [Read More]