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Sunrise with kangaroos and wallabies at Cape Hillsborough

This blogpost is about a very special place to watch animals down under: Cape Hillsborough beach with its kangaroos and wallabies. MORE

Humpback Whales in Hervey Bay - What a season finale!

This blogpost features the playful humpback whales at Hervey Bay, Australia. Check for some breathtaking pictures of breaching whales and their calfs. MORE

Course Camarguaise - Where the bull is in focus

The Course Camarguaise is the unbloody version of "bull fighting" in the Camargue. MORE


Fort Governors Estate is an antelope heaven

This blogpost covers my four weeks on Fort Governors Estate at the South African Eastern Cape during my sabbatical. Expect lots of antelopes and vast landscapes. MORE

Rooi-Els is an underrated nature gem

Fertilia coast during sunrise

This blogpost is about the coastal town of Rooi-El and its local wildlifeMORE


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Sunrise with kangaroos and wallabies at Cape Hillsborough

Two wallabies fighting at Cape Hillsborough beach, Queensland, Australia
Two wallabies "fighting" at Cape Hillsborough
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Rooi-Els is an underrated nature gem in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve

Rooi-Els seascape looking at Pringle Bay, South Africa
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Fort Governors Estate at the Eastern Cape is an antelope heaven

Herd of Impala at Fort Governors Estate, Eastern Cape, South Africa
A herd of Impala at Fort Governors Estate
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Humpback Whales in Hervey Bay - What a season finale!

A humpback whale breaching in front of Fraser Island, Australia
A humpback whale breaching in front of Fraser Island, Australia
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Course Camarguaise - Where the bull is in focus

The raseteurs and their artistic jumps to escape the bull
The raseteurs and their artistic jumps to escape the bull
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Meerkats in Oudtshoorn

I found a leaflet of Meerkat Adventures during our stay in Oudtshoorn, South Africa. And off we were on the next and very early morning for a sunrise with the meerkat family. It was one of the best tours on animals I did in my whole life! You sit only 5 m away from their barrow and enjoy their morning routine (which is basically getting their belly warmed up by the sun before going off foraging for the rest of the day). After the morning routine you would not be able to find them during the day anymore due to the high bushes. There is no spot in the world to get a similar experience that close without disturbing them. Find out more about my South Africa trip via this link.

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