Sightings Discussion, Nkorho and Elephant Plains, Sunday February 17 2008

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Sightings Discussion, Nkorho and Elephant Plains, Sunday February 17 2008

Sightings Discussion, Nkorho and Elephant Plains

Sunday 17 February 2008

NK for Nkorho EP for Elephant Plains

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smalldog wrote:

Wild Dreamer wrote:
Over to the right of the Marula tree ..right under the drip line ..do you see something ??

I see a white blob but it may be one of the three tufts of grass.

I just cannot tell if the sound we just hear was the snort of a Rhino or the "huff" of a Lion.

A Lion's roar can be heard from a distance of 5 miles, but, if that is a "huff" we are hearing, that Lion is nearby.

The one I see is to the right of the tree as we see it .near the brush line ..it seems to be raising its head, or moving slightly ..not standing. And yes the sounds of Lion I have heard tonight has been chuffing, low growls ..not the roars, but sounds we would hear if they were near

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It is almost midnight in South Africa and time for a new dicussion thread any minute now.  Don't get lost!

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something is walking in the grass near the microphone (NK) only heard not seen

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mosby wrote:

"LOL Mosby, I do a LOT of projecting into what I see and hear on Africam ! Boy can I weave some stories Eye-wink"

I envisioned him at base of tree where leopard is having is evening repast, upset that nothing was falling his way. 

Yep ..that sounds like some of my scenarios LOL

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Wild Dreamer wrote:
Over to the right of the Marula tree ..right under the drip line ..do you see something ??

I see a white blob but it may be one of the three tufts of grass.

I just cannot tell if the sound we just hear was the snort of a Rhino or the "huff" of a Lion.

A Lion's roar can be heard from a distance of 5 miles, but, if that is a "huff" we are hearing, that Lion is nearby.

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Over to the right of the Marula tree ..right under the drip line ..do you see something ??

ETA ..it is light colored and it is moving ..not pixel fairies

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"LOL Mosby, I do a LOT of projecting into what I see and hear on Africam ! Boy can I weave some stories Eye-wink"

I envisioned him at base of tree where leopard is having is evening repast, upset that nothing was falling his way. 

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mosby wrote:
He sounded frustrated, but that's just me projecting.  Not real scientific!
LOL Mosby, I do a LOT of projecting into what I see and hear on Africam ! Boy can I weave some stories Eye-wink

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Lion or the snort of a Rhino (NK?)

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