can't remember what this is. Plumber bird or summit ?
This is a male Impala
Here, it is having a crap.
Zebra in the distance
Bush fire is common.
After a year or so it will start to grown again. I thought it made an arty photo
A springbok. The national animal of south africa. There are hard to find sometimes as they are only 12 inches high.
These zebra and, in fact, very small, not far away.
Lion Food - springbok grazing
The Gnu. Also known as a Wilderbeast.
A baby zebra.
A Gnu. A weird looking thing
An arty one looking over the water at some far off hippos.
An eagle surveys the land for lunch.
A springbok on its lonesome. Not exactly blending in much.. luckily no Lions about.
Termites have a total biomass of more than every other animal on earth combined. Here's one of their wee homes.
A Heron has a wander
This reminded me of the vulcures in the jungle book.
An arty shot over the lake.
I think these are Ganets, but I could be wrong.
Another arty shot
Er.. another arty shot
A wee monitor lizard. This one is about a foot long.
Crocs. This is as close as we could get as there is no road nearby, and if a ranger sees you out of the car you get a bollocking and a fine.
This is a much bigger version of the same type of monitor lizard. This one is about 5 feet long.
We went all day and never saw a single 'Danger-ous'.
A wee lizard.
Impala - a male in charge of his little hareem of about 6 females who were hanging around him.
This is a Kudu. Quite big: about the size of a horse.
This was one of two giraffes together. The camera kept focusing on the trees instead of the giraffe though and I only noticed when I started editing the pics. Still, not a bad one
This baboon was a bit bored clearly, so started a bit of self abuse for the benefit of us tourists.
A family powwow.
Giraffe in profile
This is probably either a giraffe or an elephant skeleton... difficult to tell with so little bones.
A white Rhino giving us a wary look.
There were 6 rhinos all together here which is quite unusual
A wee bird that joined me for lunch on the chair opposite.
When a rhino starts to lie down, it's more of a 'fall down' excercise.
This is a banana billed squirrel eating bird. possibly. or I might have made that up.