Expedition Shingwedzi – Update 18 June 2019

The last photo taken today – sunset over the dry bed of the Shingwedzi River.

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15 thoughts on “Expedition Shingwedzi – Update 18 June 2019

    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      The Shingwedzi and Mphongolo Rivers that drain this part of Kruger seldom flow continuously above ground, Tracy, and with it now being our dry season these are fairly standard scenes for this part of the world. The sandy riverbeds still has lots of underground water and the elephants are great at digging wells to get to it even when the situation looks much worse than this.

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