Monday, March 28, 2011

Nyala and Impala for Your Garden?



Wild animals pitch up in the strangest places sometimes....I have a hadeda who prefers to wander around with my ducks every day....he is on the right hand corner of the pic in front...the brownish "duck"





Walking into a barn where Cules was shoeing horses,we found this young Nyala buck whom had lost his horn in a scuttle with another young buck,patiently waiting for the vet to come see him...





Later that same week,shoeing horses in another town,these people had a tame Impala ewe in their garden...



14 comments:

  1. You have some amazing visitors for sure! :D

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  2. What an amazing land you live in!!!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Ann

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  3. It is funny how animals adapt to us.

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  4. Wow, those Nyala are really something! I'll bet they run fast!

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  5. Absolutely fascinating...
    love the photos.

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  6. What a wonderful world you live in!

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  7. These are beautiful, for sure, but I'm still freaked out by the hippo you had a week or so ago!!!!! A HIPPO!!! :)

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  8. Gee, and I get excited when I see a pheasant here!! Liesl, I really enjoy your 'journey' and appreciate you sharing it!

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  9. Amazing all the different animals! I can't imagine having that in my yard...a deer maybe- but not that:))
    (In answer to your question regarding my anser to the Waterfall Question? I think I tried not to laugh and just told him that if God wanted to turn it off He could...but I don't think He does it too often;))

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  10. How exotic! My Boris would be in heaven with those visitors!

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  11. How great to see all that wildlife. I always enjoy seeing the deer and other critters around here too.

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  12. I love seeing all of this different type of life on your blog. Such a treat for me.

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  13. Add to bucket list - Move to Africa.

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