Impala bundle of joy

The stork is making deliveries in Kruger!

I’ve just arrived back from a quick two-day working visit to a very overcast Skukuza in the Kruger National Park. It’s amazing to see how quickly the Park is turning green after the first sprinkling of summer rains, and now some brand-new additions to Kruger’s animal population are making their debut. The stork will be kept very busy in the next couple of weeks!

More photos to follow in an upcoming edition of de Wets Wild!

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31 thoughts on “The stork is making deliveries in Kruger!

  1. Pingback: A quick sojourn to Skukuza | de Wets Wild

  2. perdebytjie

    Ons gaan Vrydag vir vyf dae na die Sabie Sand reservaat.Ek sien vreeslik uit en kan nie wag om die ooievaar se geskenkies te sien nie!Dalk is ons gelukkig en sien dalk ‘n geboorte.Sal vertel as ek terug is.Pragtige foto’s,Dries!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Dit klink sommer baie lekker Dina! Ek het ook hard duim vas gehou om n lammetjie die wereld te sien inkom, maar was nie die keer so gelukkig nie.

      Geniet dit en reis veilig. Ons sien uit na jou fotos wanneer julle terug kom.

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  3. Spokie sny spoor

    Oehoe, rooibok-wonderwerkies! Jou fotos maak my skoon opgewonde vir ons vakansie in Die Kruger. Dankie vir die vars fotos vanuit daar … Waardeer so baie.

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Net ore en bene, die arme goedjies 😉

      Die suide van die Wildtuin het oenskynlik al n paar druppels gehad, Tina; die veld is n mat van kort groen grassies, Ons het Sondag in die reen daar aangekom, Maandag was dit nog sterk betrokke met n bietjie reen elke nou en dan, maar met ons vertrek Dinsdag-oggend was dit weer blou lug.

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      You are sure to have a great time Kelly; the Park should be very pretty in her green coat, and there will probably be little babies all over the place! And a night at Shipandani; now that’s something to look forward to!

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