At darting practice we learned how to load a dart and manoeuvre both types of guns. After practice there was a friendly darting competition from the 45-yard line. Each person shot two darts on their preferred gun and the person closest to the bull’s eye won. Erin was the deadeye shot that won! She gets a surprise gift on the last night.
On the boat cruise we saw otters, African Darter Birds, a Fish Eagle, Dab Chicks, a Leopard Tortoise, Vervet Monkeys and a Malachi Kingfisher.
After lunch Dr Roy Bengis came and gave three presentations. The first was about epidemiology, the second was about Anthrax in African Wildlife and the third was all about his job as a veterinarian at Kruger National Park. It was very interesting, especially learning about how diverse his job is and to learn about the issues wildlife face at the park.