Celebrating nature’s resilience at uMkhuze

Not long ago, much of South Africa was in the grip of one of the most severe droughts in recorded history, and some parts of the country still are. Recent good rains in the north and east of the country has however had a positive impact, and while the effects of the drought will probably take some time to be reversed, seeing uMkhuze Game Reserve covered in swathes of lush, green vegetation and enjoying the spectacle of a full Nsumo Pan, one couldn’t help but feel optimistic!

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26 thoughts on “Celebrating nature’s resilience at uMkhuze

  1. Pingback: Creatures Great and Small at uMkhuze | de Wets Wild

  2. perdebytjie

    My hart trek ‘n punt soontoe.Ek en manlief het 40 jaar gelede,pas nadat ons getroud is,op Jozini gebly,waar Waterwese kanale gebou het.Dit was woes en ongerep en Mkuze was so ‘n spesiale plek.Ek is bly dit lyk nog so mooi.Die damterrein lyk ongelukkig deesdae soos ‘n plakkerskamp.😒

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Was n tydjie gelede op Skukuza, en die wereld daar was ruig en welig groen, Spokie! Ons gaan ook een van die dae weer vir n rukkie Satara toe en ek kan nie wag om te sien hoe dit nou daar lyk nie – toe ons verlede winter daar was was dit amper woestyn…

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