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A long overdue return to Zambia where it rained! Cats and Dogs


Galana

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What truly amazing dog sightings - so close! Just such fascinating critters. Lovely shot of the Dwarf Bittern, like you I've only ever seen it in SLNP and that sighting was a pair mating on the Mushilashi bridge road.

Now I need to follow up your tiger link above as I'm off to Bangalore in November with some notable STers!  

 

Thanks for the report and now every time I see your avatar I shall hear it singing Good King Wenceslas.

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page 2 - I've seen no raindrops yet, but the lush green in your photos shows the rain did fall.  And it even rained bushpigs.  Your observations with the pack and your pup-sitting and their call seems logical to me.  That leopard and ele in the same frame is amazing.

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All I want for Christmas is a 9th leopard and a chameleon!

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Sorry Lynn. I missed these two posts due to being in Uganda.

Thanks for the observations. Oh did it rain. Boy did it rain!

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