#KaingoNews Blog


Kaingo Birdlife

Kaingo is blessed with a varied topography including high mountain plains, water soaks, deep, well wooded valleys, and a 13-km river frontage... Did I mention that Kaingo has about 250 recorded and a possible 300+ bird species?

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Mother's Day 2018

Although you may feel undervalued, we are eternally grateful for your devotion to us. We may not always have the words to convey our gratitude to you, but rest assured that you are in our hearts, minds and lives every step of the way.

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Giant Land Snail

Their reproduction habits are fascinating. Like many molluscs, they are hermaphrodites, the sexual organs of both males and females being present. This means that they can self-fertilise, although this does not happen often.

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Wildebeest Fight

It is that time of year again. The leaves on the Wild Syringa trees are turning a golden colour, the sun is not even properly up by 6.30am, and there is a definite chill in the mornings; Autumn. This is also the time when many of our game species mate.

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Death and Life

As an example of the Nutrient cycle in working order, we will use our baboon scull in the front garden of Kaingo Game Reserve. This poor male died a few years ago. We can only speculate how; perhaps a rival ended a long and illustrious career in charge of the troupe.

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Morning on the Mogol

There are very few moments in life as relaxed as a boat ride on the Mogol river in the early morning light. The rising sun and awakening of the Waterberg around you takes you back to a time where 24/7 communication was not a necessity nor expected.

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