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bushbuck

an antelope, tragelaphusscriptus.
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6 September 2017 - UK-based mining company BMR Group plc (LSE: BMR) entered into an agreement with Bushbuck Resources Ltd.
With just two and a half days left on this safari, I would attempt to do what no bow-hunter with Sediba Nkwe Hunting Safaris had ever done--take an elusive bushbuck via spot-and-stalk tactics.
Corn, single cream, Bushbuck sweet potato and a sprinkling of cayenne pepper fuse to produce this lightly spiced creamed corn soup.
Plan on spending $1,700 and waiting a while for the Bushbuck.
We had booked this hunt through our good friend Ken Wilson of Sportsmen on Film, and he had informed us Nile bushbuck were crawling all over the place.
Calauit was originally stocked with 104 heads of giraffe, zebra, impala, waterbuck, gazelle, eland, topi and bushbuck acquired from Kenya, along with native wild mammals, according to its official website.
One of the central motivations for creating the CREMA was to reinforce a traditional taboo on bushbuck, and while some respondents mentioned the possibility of eventually attracting tourists, the primary desire behind the CREMA is to protect bushbuck and other wildlife for future generations.
Antelope and zebras, waterbuck and bushbuck, kudus and impalas step out of the shade to graze.
Sigurwana's diverse wildlife resources include kudu, sable, nyala, waterbuck, reedbuck, klipspringer, bushbuck, impala, wildebeest, zebra, eland, caracal, bushbabies and the elusive leopard, while night drives may surprise guests with sightings of shy nocturnal game such as antbear, porcupine, honeybadger, pangolin and brown hyena.
Major wildlife includes the African elephant, the endangered Grevy's zebra, lion, leopard, buffalo, bushbuck, large herds of greater and lesser kudus, common zebra, Grant's gazelle and many other small antelopes.