Satara Summer 2021 – Frogging

One of the great pleasures of our summer 2021 holidays at Satara in the Kruger National Park was searching for frogs after dark in the aftermath of the rain showers that passed over the camp regularly.

In the next three installments of de Wets Wild we’ll be taking a closer look at the Banded Rubber Frog, Brown-backed Tree Frog and Eastern Olive Toad. We’ll also feature the Sharp-nosed Grass Frog soon, and have a read here to learn more about the Southern Foam Nest Frog if you’d like.

16 thoughts on “Satara Summer 2021 – Frogging

  1. mythbusta

    Sadly, our last family visit to Satara was in June-July 1971. I was 9 years old then and have to rely upon impressions, rather than memories. We towed a little 4-berth Slipstream then. During our previous visits, we slept in rondavels. There was an unfenced picnic spot where we once encountered a very irate elephant. The Opel’s carburettor flooded yet again and we nearly got trampled. So, subsequently, we used the Merc for visiting the Kruger.

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      1. mythbusta

        Pity many never visit Kgalagadi, where the cats are in abundance: lion, cheetah, leopard, caracal and African wildcat. Possibly serval, I stand corrected.

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