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It's not everyday you hear a whole pride of lions roaring! 😁There are always amazing sightings and experiences at Lapalala Wilderness! ... See MoreSee Less
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Isn't it amazing to find out about these wonderful creatures in the Waterberg? 😁 ... See MoreSee Less
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Nylsvley is flooded!😱This 4000 ha reserve is home to a mosaic of habitats: Acacia, Combretum and broad leafed woodland and grassveld floodplain. The ephemeral (impermanent) Nyl floodplain, of which Nylsvley is a part, is 70km long extending from Kranskop Mountain (near Modimolle) in the south ending at Moorddrift near Mokopane.When fully inundated it can be 7 km wide and covers 16 000ha!😳Nylsvley is a RAMSAR site, thus a wetland of international importance for the protection of waterfowl. It is also home to about 1 000 large mammals including breeding herds of the threatened Roan and Tsessebe. Giraffe, Zebra, Kudu, Waterbuck, Impala, Reed-buck, Warthog, Porcupine, Bush-babies and Ostrich are commonly seen, Bushpig, Leopard, Brown Hyena are also resident. Some 58 species of reptiles are present including snakes (so always wear sensible shoes!)😊Very nearly 400 species of birds are known to reside or visit occasionally, including 102 water bird species, and about 800 plant species support the biodiversity that makes Nylsvley world-famous!😁Why not visit this impressive reserve during this exciting time? 😉For more information contact:Reserve Manageress: 014 743 1074 / 081 018 5181 DuplessisN@ledet.gov.zanylsvley.co.za/info-on-nylsvley/📷 Photos courtesy of Friends of Nylsvley ... See MoreSee Less
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