Addo Elephant Park – September 14

Today we spent an entire day at the Addo Elephant Park, which is a diverse wildlife conservation park and is one of South Africa’s 19 National Parks.  It currently ranks third in size after Kruger National Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

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During our visit, we spotted the following:  Termite Mounds,

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Ostriches,

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Warthogs,

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Grysboks,

355 358 365

Birds,

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Tortoise,

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Buffaloes,

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Kudos

196 446 448 450

Red Hartebeests,

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Burchell’s Zebras

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And mainly Elephants!!

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5 thoughts on “Addo Elephant Park – September 14

  1. I can’t believe your camera takes all these beautiful pictures. I showed them to Luther and he really enjoyed them. He is really into animals.

    • I’m glad to hear you guys are enjoying them. At one point we were so close to an elephant, we could have reached out the window and touched him; but that’s against the rules of the park.

  2. Those are some good pictures and a good camera; you are doing a great job in keeping us abreast of your “Tour.” It’s something about your picture of you, at the table, make you looks like you have done some changing; I can’t put my figure on it, have you noticed the difference. Keep the good work up; and we will continue to pray for you and the group, in Jesus Name. X O X O Auntie Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2013 12:05:23 +0000 To: wearefamily4@live.com

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