Palmiet Night Walk

A few Palmiet Rangers went on a night walk led by herpetologist snake catcher and all-round naturalist Nick Evans. And they saw good stuff: Meantime I took some pics in my garden lately And another of our naturalists, Suncana, was busy as ever, spotting new and fascinating things: While Roger and Rory shot more birds:Continue reading “Palmiet Night Walk”

Jessie Rescue Act

Once again Jessie rescued some creatures, this time frogs from the pool. Bush squeakers Arthroleptis wahlbergi, a small one and a tiny one. Why they didn’t hop onto or cling to my rafts I have in the pool I don’t know. I assume quite a few creatures do use the rescue rafts and then hopContinue reading “Jessie Rescue Act”

A Whip Around The Garden

I was actually looking for a pregnant chameleon. Didn’t spot her, but snapped flowers, including some non-indigenous interlopers – Aitch was a softie towards the end, and allowed some strange plants in. Also a (deceased) bush squeaker and a grasshopper – which reminds me: I must tell you the story of grasshoppers one day .Continue reading “A Whip Around The Garden”