My first caracal ever.

My first caracal ever.

It was the dead hours in the Kgalagadi, sun shining high in the sky, animals looking for cover from the blistering heat, and we were driving along among the dunes just hoping for something interesting to come along. A movement barely visible in the red sand on the...
The swart manhaar of the Kgalagadi

The swart manhaar of the Kgalagadi

I left Nossob camp a little late cuz we were moving camp and I was a little put off about missing the ‘early’ morning, it was already about 730am and I had lost an hour. But when the Kgalagadi delivers, it happens in spades. So we are driving along and suddenly I hear...
Muddy little fella

Muddy little fella

Rhinos are huge. You look at them and really wonder at them cuz they look like they are from a different time. Almost dinosaur in size and shape and the black rhinos have a mean disposition. Those have been hunted to near extinction all for the horn. These two, white...
A waterhole surprise.

A waterhole surprise.

One hot Kgalagadi morning we saw an amazing sight. A large eland herd was walking along the Auob riverbed. This is a rare sight and eland are not the easiest of antelope to watch, they tend to be skittish and like to watch us from far away. This herd, however, was...
This heron lives on the edge.

This heron lives on the edge.

There are about 60 odd hippos in the Sunset Dam in Kruger Park. It also has a fair share of crocodiles. Naturally, water birds and wading birds flock there as well but this is about the resident Grey Heron. The heron seemed to be standing in the center of the lake....