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March 23

Once upon a Python

It started out as just another day on the mountain-overcast, cool, family cluttering the kitchen in the most loving way...

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March 6

Sigurwana´s Flora

The Soutpansberg Mountain range is a botanical paradise full of colour and delight. From fragrant flowers...

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March 5

Sigurwana´s Fauna

In the early morning light, the steaming breath of the wildebeest dances into the long yellow grass...

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March 5

Sigurwana’s Water Scorpions

While out on a walk around Sigurwana we found this little fellow in a small pool of water...

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March 5

The Soutpansberg Resurrection

This is known as a Resurrection Plant (Myrothamnus flabellifolius) This plant is a Geophyte...

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March 5

Sigurwana´s Cicada Symphony

It is always a pleasure to enjoy the beautiful Sigurwana’s Cicada Symphony during the hot summer months...

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March 5

Circle of Life…

It has been so much fun watching this little guy go through its journey from catepillar to butterfly...

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March 5

The Red Roman Spider

EEEEEK!!!! is usually the first sound to notify one that a Red Roman (also called a Solifuge) is in the near vicinity...

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March 5

Sigurwana´s Magical Yellowwood Forest

Sheltered on the southern slopes of Sigurwana, a secret is hidden in the mistbelt forest. Giants live here ...

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March 5

Sigurwana’s Tall Giants

On the drier parts of Sigurwana, another giant lives, the intriguing Kiaat. Known for its beautiful dark red heart wood, these trees also have forms that look masterfully sculptured. Each of these giants has their own character and story to tell. In summer, they boast clumps of bright yellow pea-like flowers and a crown of glossy dark green leaves. During the late summer when their seed pods begin to dry, they look as if they are shining gold in the late afternoon light…”

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