The Cape Bird Club
Some of the
animals we saw on a visit to the
We were very fortunate on this visit to see the big five and plenty more in September 2010.
These young elephants were playing tug with a long root they had found early in the morning.
This matriarch African Elephant was leading her group along a dry river bed.
These Kudu crossed the road slowly in the hot afternoon.
A female Greater Kudu.
A ranger explaining how to identify a black from a white rhino. The Black are browsers and cut the plant stems off at an ange. See the stick removed from the dung pile, it is cut at approx 45 degrees to the stem when bitten off the plant.
This one getting rather close.
It is time for a snooze for this Spotted Hyaena.
Common Warthog. Bushbuck ewe.
Plains Zebra. .... and some more.
Greater Kudu, young female. .....and another.
Kudu and Impala feeding collectively
A thirsty Leopard approaching a waterhole in the late afternoon before sunset.
It crossed the road in front of our car.
Waterbuck. ..... and closer.