Reporting Date: 21.03.2013
Today we saw a herd of Buffalo surrounded by Ox-peckers. Buffalo skin is like a pasture for parasites (ticks) which the Ox-peckers feed on. Buffalos and Ox-peckers have a symbiotic relationship with each other and it adds to their chances of survival.
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Reporting Date: 19.03.2013
Ostrich inhabits mostly on the plains and it is one of the tallest birds on earth and grows to about 9 ft high and weigh 160kg.They eat mostly vegetation and stones to help in the digestion. Their long neck helps spot predators from far. They have excellent sense of hearing. They lay eggs on the open ground. The female incubates the eggs during the day and the male at night, this also protects the eggs against jackals, Monitor lizards and some birds like the Egyptian vultures. Male are known to be polygamists and the dominant male assist the female incubating the eggs. They are known to leave up to 40 years
Reporting Date: 17.03.2013
On our full day game drive we came across a tower of Giraffes along Bologonja plains and below them there was a troop of Baboons. Baboons use the vantage of Giraffe which are able to see danger from far this enables baboons to look for their food peacefully. Their greatest predator is the leopard
Reporting Date: 15.03.2013
Early morning and late evening ours is the best for bird watchers around the camp. We have various species of birds like Lillac breasted Roller, White Headed Buffalo Weaver, Flapped Lark, Green Pigeons, Rupp ell’s long tailed Starlings, Greater Blue glossy Starlings, Fork tailed Drongo, White Headed Barbet, Purple Grenedier (Waxbills), Red necked Francolin, CoquI Francolin, Pied Crows, Marabou Stork, Scartel Chested Sunbird, Orange throated long Claw and Magpie Shrikes are among few birds that make the camp sky with birds as flying flowers.
Reporting Date: 13.03.2013
Currently Lamai plains is full of Topis. They are spread all over and any presence of the predator they will produce what is called false alarm snooze to alert the rest of the animals around. This puff sound serves as an early warning to the herd and also prepares them for the first line of defense
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