Above: Foxy - a special little Meerkat, South Africa
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Tag Archives: animals
I was recently taken back to one of my most favourite places – Kruger National Park (in South Africa). Unfortunately, this was a not a personal visit, which would have been lovely, but Lisa (“Notes from Africa“) is currently travelling … Continue reading
I recently was lucky enough to spend a month travelling in South Africa. The purpose for the visit was primarily to do some very exciting family tree research, to catch up with newly found family members and to get my … Continue reading
While exploring the very old part of the village of Châteauneuf du Rhône in France, I suddenly came across this black cat – le chat noir. It was sitting quietly in the doorway observing passers by (which at the time … Continue reading
Anyone who has spent any time watching kangaroos will know that they are incredibly inquisitive. The mob of 25 or so individuals which call my back paddock home certainly fall into this category. I am fortunate to own a place … Continue reading
It was early in October. The countryside was bone dry and the rivers and creeks were fast becoming puddles and dry sandy or rocky beds. Green grass was something that could only be found around the few waterholes and it … Continue reading
Kangaroos are a relatively common animal to come across while travelling in the rural countryside in Australia. They are also more readily located in some habitats than others (and this varies with the species). I live in an area where … Continue reading