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Archive: Aug 2017

Porcupine Quick Facts

Porcupine Quick Facts

Posted August 28, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to the week of the Porcupine which also happens to be the last week of August. If you’re a kid reading this, sorry but the summer is over. It’s time to get those backpacks out and hit the books once more! If you’re a parent, Yayyyyyyyyyy school is back in and we can get our weekdays back! And so the cycle of life continues. Speaking of life cycles, did you know that baby porcupines are born with quills? Yep they have quills at birth. Now luckily for a female porcupine these quills are soft like fur…
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The Birds of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Birds of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted August 21, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blob. This week I just wanted to take some time to appreciate the avian denizens of Timbavati Wildlife Park. In the past we have looked at Emu and crowned cranes we have also taken a look at our penguins and kookaburra. When I think about it though, there is a collection of birds in the park that entertain serious birders and casual birders alike. The Waterfalls Area When you enter the waterfalls area, you are greeted by our kingfishers the kookaburra. The Eurasian owl and tawny eagle are in close proximity as well.…
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Checking In On Our Spider Monkeys

Checking In On Our Spider Monkeys

Posted August 14, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and happy World Lizard Day! As you can see from today’s picture post, we are enjoying our monitor lizard and the entertainment that observing it brings. In 2015 Timbavati Wildlife Park took on the task of creating a Spider Monkeys Encounter. This new attraction gave our guests a prime time view of our primate pals. In 2016 we welcomed the birth of our first spider monkey baby. Spider monkey females will only hare one baby every two – five years. Needless to say baby was a hit. This led my desire to want to know more about spider…
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