Frank D Neytzell-de Wilde
|Wild dogs in the boma. We were allowed inside to get better pictures.||Hippo's on the bank of Ruighoek Dam||A beautiful cheetah, simply walking along the road early in the morning.|
|We had a beautiful, good look while he checked us over for a possible breakfast||Low cloud over Mankwe Dam||We were able to identify this young bull for Ben, his name is Rookie and he has a deep v shape on his other ear. As elephants grow they tear the edges of their ears giving an easy method of identification|
|White rhino cow and calf. The calf is about 3 months old||Howzit mama. Rhino have their ears clipped for identification. Each v-shaped clip is a number and the total gives that rhino's id.||The Pilanesberg Centre..........still in business after a fire destroyed the building|
|What is left of the building that is a national monument||All the wooden bits - window frames, floors, roof beams and doors were incinerated||The hippo capture team and boma at Batlhako Dam|
|Three little (cold) lesser-striped swallows at Batlhako Dam close to the hide 'window'||Batlhako Dam from the hide||The capture team stayed in this tent with TV screens monitoring the IR cameras in the trap.|
|Loading a hippo - there were 5 hippos removed, one in each container|
| Web Master Frank D Neytzell-de Wilde.
I don't give a damn for a man that can only spell a word one way.
Humans are the creatures in this world who cut the trees, make paper from them - then write on it ''save the trees''
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