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Wild dogs update

By Dwayne on November 30, 2012

This is an update for you guys, to see just how big the pups have grown too.

This was taken last week in the morning, the pups all on their own while the adults were away hunting so the pups have to stay behind.
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They then started to move towards the adults that were making their way back we had to leave for other stations to see them too.
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We relocated them that afternoon, not too far from where we left them that morning. They were more interested in the termite monde and what was moving in the back ground than us.They than stated to move on the fence line.
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We then followed them on to a water hole.
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Three days later we had the opportunity to follow them again; we were the only vehicle in the sighting for about 1 and half hours. That is how I like to have a sighting.
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Not even a couple of days has gone pass, we got them again on the northern fence line on a Wilde bees kill.
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This is another way of digging into your food.
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Just like any other kind of dog if you tummy is full you just like to sleep.
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Bush regards
Dwayne
Photos taken by Dwayne de Lange

4 thoughts on “Wild dogs update

  1. Hi Sonja

    It is a pleasure, to shear these photos with you guys. It is my privilege to keep you guys up-to-date with what is happening to the pack.

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