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First timers safari - Mana Pools Sept 2017


Feliz

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Zim Girl
On 3/2/2019 at 12:49 PM, wilddog said:

The sleeping bull is extraordinary. Perhaps it indicates they feel safe around humans and the camps. As you know they wander in and out of camp with few qualms. 

 

We also saw a sleeping elephant on one of our trips to Mana, see below.

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@Feliz I have really enjoyed your Mana trip report.  The civet sighting was amazing and so fantastic to end with a Wild Dog hunt.  Marvellous stuff.

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wilddog

@Zim Girl was that in camp too? It seems @Feliz one was behind the cook tent.

 

Great picture. ?

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Zim Girl

@wilddog  It was just off the road in the Mucheni's area.

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Big Andy

Mana does it again, never heard a bad word about the place and hope I get the chance to return in the future. It's not just animal sightings it's animal action that seems to set the place apart. Thanks for a great trip report. 

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Whyone?

Some classic Mana scenes and great wildlife sightings - I've never seen a civet in the daytime!
 

Another kipping Mana ele.....

 

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Atravelynn

There are BIF shots, birds in flight, but you got a CIF, civet in flight!  Fantastic!

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