Lol, RedTree that would be awesome! My brother did some volunteer work there, I'm not sure if it's the same place though, but still
Carleen, you should then! Lol just tell a family member "it's be my Christmas AND birthday present till I'm 70!"
TaMMa, we have a vacation house in a small game park called Marloth, which is just outside the Kruger National Park. Some of the pics, like the sunsets, and the clips in the video, like the snake on the wall, the warthogs, and the birds were taken from the veranda and balcony of that house (the snake was actually trying to get in!
), but most of the pics and clips were taken at the Kruger, from the car, with a REALLY good lens ans zoom that belongs to my brother. Most of the picd are his, I prefer to take scenery shots
More!! :) These one of reptiles and similar things, I'll also say what they are, and where we took the picture
A terapin, taken at the Kruger Birding Weekend Jan 2007001.jpg
An igama, taken at Letaba camp in the Kruger Birding Weekend Jan 2007086.jpg
A reallly cute frog that followed me into our little house thing at Kruger Birding Weekend Jan 2007129.jpg
Believe it or not, this is a snake.
Known as a thread worm, taken at our house at Marloth (it was on the veranda) DSCN0314.JPG
A chameleon. Not a good pic, my 7 year old cousin took it at Kruger DSCN0988.JPG
A water monitor, taken at Kruger DSCN1003.JPG
A croc, taken at Kruger IMG_2123.JPG
Ok, this little guy is actually "mine". He is of course wild, and I am not able to touch him and stuff. He is a boomslang, and I rescued him from a trap about 3 years ago, and since then he has lived in the tatched roof of our Marloth house. He stays away from people, he is wild and is scared of humans, so none of the guests even know he's there, so shhhhhh. Lol. He's pretty isnt he? I've named him Lijan Picture 217.jpg
And this is a baby water monitor that we found trying to climb up or drain pipe at Marloth
Poor thing was really lost, so my brother managed to somehow get him back down to the river Picture 349.jpg
More in about 10 minutes!!