Signs

Finding and interpreting the signs of the wild can be just as fascinating and rewarding as watching the actual wildlife that were responsible for it!

Signs” is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge

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56 thoughts on “Signs

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Actually, the elephant trunk imprint had me fooled Gemma; I was sure we had found a human shoeprint, but then our ranger-guide on the Olifants Wilderness Trail started laying out the scene for us.

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  2. perdebytjie

    Die natuur lees soos ‘n storieboek.Ons het die voorreg gehad om baie ure in die natuur saam met meester spoorsnyers deur te bring.Dis ongelooflik hoe hulle die tekens lees en presies weet wat daar gebeur het.Baie dankie Dries,pragtige foto’s soos altyd!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Call me obsessive Eliz, but I also sometimes (well, often) catch myself thinking about all the beautiful places we visit and daydreaming about what may be going on there right at this moment 😉

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  5. 2geeks3knots

    Really enjoyed your interpretation of “signs!” Thank you for helping us read them. We don’t get to see many elephant tracks around here 🙂

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  7. loisajay

    these are so fascinating! Thought of you last night as I watched a You Tube video of a baby elephant falling. He let out a cry and three mama elephants came running (running!!) to his rescue. I just wanted to cry it was so beautiful.

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      They’re such charismatic animals, aren’t they Lois!? We once watched a little one who couldn’t walk, because he was standing on his own trunk, and too “dumb” to figure out what the problem was 😀

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