Jambo(Hello in swahili) friends of Art Colony,

I am Sandi your Game Guide and we will be heading out on a Wild African Safari, where you will meet the Birmingham Coalition of Lions, Thandi the leopard and her cub Tlalamba and many other wonderful animals of Juma in Southern Africa.

Only one two cautions.  Do not hang your feet outside this jeep and absolutely no swimming in the dams.

We will also be travelling to Maasai Mara and enjoying  the migrations and animals, the Cheetas and and plethora of other Wild and wonderful animals.

All you need to bring on this Safari, is your paints, pens, pencils, pastels, brushes, scrap metal, digital and a lot of Mosquito spray.

A little inspiration for your journey( you may use the snapshots, they are my own), you will meet Thandi and her cub.  This was taken in January 2018.

So to start the Safari, we will be going by the Dam where I am sure we will see, Hippos, Elephants, Giraffe and Big cats.

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One can never tire with elephants.  They have personality, especially the young.  They so funny and cute.  This is one I did some time back, but plan to revisit the animals again.

So this Safari is not doing so well, but I did notice on my way to the waterhole that there was some wild dogs or otherwise known as painted dogs lying in the grasses with fat full bellies.  They are struggling to sleep today, because they so full and also the hippos are not at all happy with their presence and constantly grumbling at the dogs.  The hippos sound like motorbikes when they get going.  Here is what a wild dog looks like .  I do hope you will join in and have a go at painting or drawing one for your collection.

I did this quick scribble after seeing a trophy hunter proudly showing of the three lions that he'd  just shot. I think lions should be given a free pass on any trophy hunter . They drug the lions release them into a small enclosure where the shooters are compleatly  protected  and they call it sport. in some cases the shooter is so bad they even tie there target animal down . the great white hunters can only with luck hit a target that doesn't  move, not that they deserve  the title hunter when they're put on a firing platform and the poor animals are shoved in front of them.

I love these! That little one is so adorable. Mom is very protective. Nice work, Sandi!

Sandi Vince said:

One can never tire with elephants.  They have personality, especially the young.  They so funny and cute.  This is one I did some time back, but plan to revisit the animals again.

I like the different colors of this wild dog. Very nicely done my friend!

Sandi Vince said:

So this Safari is not doing so well, but I did notice on my way to the waterhole that there was some wild dogs or otherwise known as painted dogs lying in the grasses with fat full bellies.  They are struggling to sleep today, because they so full and also the hippos are not at all happy with their presence and constantly grumbling at the dogs.  The hippos sound like motorbikes when they get going.  Here is what a wild dog looks like .  I do hope you will join in and have a go at painting or drawing one for your collection.

He is lovely Mary, is that a mountain lion or cougar?  He looks like he means business.  Great patterns and shapes on his face.

Paul I so love your picture and I agree if those trophy hunters get bitten, the rangers should let the lions enjoy the feast.


Thanks Sandi! From what I understand they are one and the same. The puma is a cougar,  mountain lion, panther, etc.. Just another name for the same cat.
Sandi Vince said:

He is lovely Mary, is that a mountain lion or cougar?  He looks like he means business.  Great patterns and shapes on his face.

Thanks for clarifying that  Mary.  I saw a story about two people that went into mountainous  walking route, but they went on their bikes .  If I remember some man stole their one bike and one of the girls got attacked by the cougar.  Her friend never left her and basically saved her life.

Sandi, I wondered the same thing about the puma and had to find out for myself what the difference was between a puma and a cougar, panther, etc. 

Sandi Vince said:

Thanks for clarifying that  Mary.  I saw a story about two people that went into mountainous  walking route, but they went on their bikes .  If I remember some man stole their one bike and one of the girls got attacked by the cougar.  Her friend never left her and basically saved her life.

Thanks for comment on my elephants and wild dog Mary.  Much appreciated

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