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Odzala Camps - November 2014

Dec 19, 2014  |  Congo  |  Odzala-Kokoua  |  Odzala Wilderness Camps

Ngaga is without a doubt a piece of paradise. It’s not the easy rolling savannah where wildlife is more easily spotted, but if you are willing to take the time for a closer look, a whole new world opens up.

Walking through this habitat, being aware and alert are key skills, ones that the forest peoples have honed through generations. Watch the trackers in action, it is as though they have become one with the forest. The comical movements of a red-legged sun squirrel catch the tracker’s eye, and as we stop to admire it, a swooping flock of black-casqued wattled hornbills fly overhead. The distant chatter of African grey parrots and the calls of primates add to the constant rush of information we are receiving. Continuing along the path,...

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As the sun was setting over Makalolo Pan we arrived together with a large herd of elephants, just in time to capture the moment. We positioned ourselves so as not to disturb them and set up the GoPro while Mike took stills. The summer skies are dramatic with their cloud formations creating beautiful, moody sunsets. The shadows of the elephants reflected in the water against their large forms that melted into the...

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