News from the Underground

As the months of 2014 tick by and the dry winter sets in, the landscapes of Mashatu Game Reserve undergo some immense changes. With these changes an array of new wildlife is introduced to the underground hide on an almost daily basis. Elephant congregations around the waterhole are almost guaranteed at the moment, it’s not […]

December Game Report

A season in review The month of December started with a nice quantity of rain following a nearly totally dry November.  The single event brought measures of 12 – 55 mm of rain throughout the Northern Tuli Game Reserve. Heavy erosive action was experienced north of the airport where the greatest amount of rainfall was […]

Cyberdiary – 4 July 2012

Wild Dogs update The resident pack of five wild dogs is soon going to increase its numbers. The alpha female is monitored daily via her satellite GPS collar, and for the past few days the pack hasn’t moved at all. Their location seems to have remained stationary. What made the situation difficult to monitor, is […]

CyberDiary – 27 January 2012

The pack of Wild dogs is finally back in Mashatu! We found the three adults and their seven pups in the Matebole River, just north of Main Camp. Out of all the predators, and perhaps even the majority of the bush’s many residents, African Wild dogs are definitely one of the most interesting and rewarding […]

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