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Pilanesberg Wildlife Sighting Data

Pilanesberg Wildlife Sighting Data Image

The information below gives you a rough idea when and where you should be looking for some of the species during March, April and May.

The map indicate the wildlife sightings on 23 August 2016.

I would like to express my thanks to Park Control, Pilanesberg National Park & Wildlife Trust, Copenhagen Zoo and all others that have been involved, for their support in these projects.

SPECIES
MORNING(AM) COMPARED TO AFTERNOON(PM) SIGHTINGS
MOST SIGHTINGS FREQUENCY
LION AM 53% / PM 47% Most places near water. Resting up in the shade during the day. (See map below) Common
LEOPARD AM 44% / PM 56% In rocky areas and near water. (See map below) Rare
CHEETAH AM 56% / PM 44% Most of the open areas of the park, but avoiding the lions (See map below) Rare
BUFFALO AM 51% / PM 49% On Tlou drive between Ntswe and Moloto, on Tshukudu e Ntsho at Tlou dams, on Ntswe between Kukama and Tlou drive, on Sefara opposite the Lenong access road. Lone bulls occasionally seen on Kubu near the mine. (See map below) Extremely rare
ELEPHANT AM 43% / PM 57% Throughout the park. Very Common
WILD DOG AM 53% / PM 47% Near water and near the gates early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Resting up on high ground during the day. Extremely rare
RHINO AM 43% / PM 57% Throughout the park Very Common

Pilanesberg Game Reserve Sighting Data

Map from ParkControl© - parkcontrol.co.za - Copyright© Pilanesberg National Park & Wildlife Trust

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