It is still possible that parents can control their children.
It has happened once where i took out a child under the age of 10 and he behaved like a star, he was well educated on nature and how to respect nature, but i have to add his dad is a big nature man and bird watcher.
Now these two that i took out yesterday were two very well behaved young men all the way from India. And i have to give credit to the parents, they did not once had to say anything to make the boy's behave, it just happened. There is the possibility that they were just frozen stiff from the cold.
Now don't get me wrong i have had some good kids on the tours but these two were great.
For living in an era of strict children and obedient parents these kids were stars.
It seems like one of our young female meerkats that has recently reached maturity has left the nest. As you know Kansa valley has currently got a couple of young males on the move, looking for partners, So i assume it is a case of boy meets girl girl leaves home. But if i get any more info i will let you know.
When meerkat can't see what's over the rise one of them would usually get on a heap of sand or a shrub to see further, but sometimes they would clime to the top of a tree to see better, and yesterday i had the privileged to show that to my guests again.
Weather is warmer and tours are picking up a little. Talk soon.