BBH Newsletter June 2020
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BBH Newsletter June 2020

Fairy flycatcher Long-billed crombec Violet cheeked wax-bills Staff matters Scoprions The aloe is dead, long live the aloe Miscreant gate Daises but rather large ones Beetles – electric blue and green Orcas of the beetle world Warm days and chilly nights Frost flowers Thimble grass DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter April 2020
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BBH Newsletter April 2020

Green drab Cut-throats on the farm Vultures Ichneumonidae Mulberry hawk moth Elfin skipper Ermines Spotted sugar ants Green milkweed locusts DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter Feb 2020
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BBH Newsletter Feb 2020

Baby genet Frog’s true identity River frog Baby red toads Bibron’s blind snake Antlion vs Owlfly Pea spider Wasps – various Cape gecko Black cuckoo shrike Tortoise Leaf hoppers Boring brown-veined whites Newly pupated hawk moth Assorted insects Autumn painted petals Grey blister beetle DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter Dec 2019
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BBH Newsletter Dec 2019

Giant longhorn Ground beetle larva Sand frogs Plain grass frogs Leaf mantid Assassin bugs Mopane or anomolous emperor Gold spotted burnets Large variety of moths Flash floods Red-backed shrikes Black kite Black Cuckoos Plated lizards Tortoises and ticks DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter Oct 2019
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BBH Newsletter Oct 2019

Corkwood trees Aardvark by the stream Monkeying round African hawk-eagle Common duiker Walking the cliff line Huis Keipersol renovations Elephant’s toothpick Sausage flies Huntsman spiders Moths and other wall adorning insects DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter Aug 2019
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BBH Newsletter Aug 2019

Caracal on the move Honey bees AWOL Autumn colours Giant Aloes Animals taking advantage Resin bush Brown-hooded kingfisher Nesting warthogs Playboy in the streamway Banded mongooses Mountain reedbuck Ostrich young More dung balls Eye in the sky DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter Jun 2019
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BBH Newsletter Jun 2019

BBH Newsletter June 2019 In this edition: Swallow-tailed bee-eaters Missed birds Another bird to “Tick” off Butterflies Spiders – large and small New visitor to the farm Walking Spotted aloes Night time temperatures New animals on the farm DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER

BBH Newsletter Apr 2018
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BBH Newsletter Apr 2018

Larger burrowers Smaller burrowers Coleoptera (even smaller burrowers) Crab spiders Katydid Grey-headed bush-shrike Snake-eagles Honey guides Creatures of the night Flower power Happier Bushpigs Fighting Wildebeests Wild Dog(s) DOWNLOAD PDF NEWSLETTER