LION SPRUIT RESERVE
Lion Spruit reserve is a 1500ha nature reserve with, buffalo, giraffe, kudu, impala, zebra, wildebeest and other small antelopes Â aswel some lions. The entrance toÂ Lion spruit is in Marloth Park, and you cam make great game drives here. The area has an abundance of different species with 56 mammals, 32 reptiles and 221 species of birds that have already been identified.
We have a number of rangers patrolling here, and so keep an eye on the wildlife , they also pay attention to the vegetation so that Â alien plants can not take over. TheyÂ guard the animals so that poachers do not get the chance to poach Â and weather cooperate with the Kruger park rangers to locate poachers . The Lionspruit reserve has some stunning view points and a picknick area here, Â you may also leave the car, but Â always be careful because we have here twoÂ lions. Â So it’s nice to take a basket with food and drinks or a skottelÂ braai, and enjoy that way of a delicious breakfast. You will enjoy this great reserve.
Marloth Park Honorary Rangers
Monthley they have an briefing what has to be done, and take care of the fundÂ friedaÂ
The entrance toÂ Lion spruit is inÂ wildgoose street its a side road onÂ Â elephant road, the fee isÂ R70,-Â Â to pay at the gate of Lion Spruit
at the gate you get a map, so you can see where to go and wil find al the spots and roads, it is great to make a picknick on the picknick spot or do an barneque , the facilities are thereÂ , here you can get out of the car, or in the morning a breakfast there are braai facilities atÂ frikkies dam, at the shops in marloth you find info when some activities are arranged in Lion Spruit or at Henk van Rooijen park
breakfast in Lion Spruit
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Here some birdsÂ spotted in LION SPRUIT,
Invalid Displayed Gallerywhat can you spotÂ inÂ Lion spruit ??? we have 2 lionsÂ ,in the evening you can hear them when you sit at the patioÂ at Sadadu, You wil hear the answer from the Kruger Park pride of lions who are on the banks of the crocriver and excist ofÂ Â 19Â Lions.Â hereÂ Fluffie our male lionÂ in a tree, so stay safe when you are out of the car we have lions inÂ Â LION SPRUIT Â The newÂ Birdhide atÂ Jackelberry Dam
his is a large courser with distinctive head markings which is secretive and usually only seen at night. It has a white rump. The Bronze Winged Courser breeds in early summer. When flying at night it has a very shrill call and also a plaintive harsh call. Genie Retief and Joce Gordon 7 January 2011
The Bronze-winged Courser (Latin name Rhinoptilus chalcopterus) is described in Roberts Birds of Southern Africa, 7th Edition. This bird has a unique Roberts number of 303 and you will find a full description of this bird on page 422 also a picture of theBronze-winged Courser on page 321. The Bronze-winged Courser belongs to the family of birds classified as Glareolidae. According to the Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology the Bronze-winged Courser is also known as the : Violet-tipped Courser.
African-Cuckoo Endemic to Africa. An inter African breeding migrant, with a distribution from Senegal eastwards to Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya. Moves south to breed, arriving in South Africa late September, departing northwards again March/April.
African-CuckooEndemic to Africa. An inter African breeding migrant, Â with a distribution from Senegal eastwards to Sudan,
Ethiopia and Kenya.Â Moves south to breed, arriving in South Africa late September, Â departing northwards again March/April. Birds are monogamous, territorial and brood parasites â€“ their host bird is the Fork Tail Drongo.Whilst the male bird distracts the Drongos, the female slips into their nest, tips out a Drongo egg and lays a single egg in its place. This takes less than 10 seconds.
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