OK - WTM - you asked for it. I'm going to give you a 24 hour S100 lesson you won't ever forget - without even ONE sighting of your cutouts.
Leave early morning as soon as the gate opens (obviously) & the key to it all - drive s l o w l y. If you don't see anything within a kilometer off the tar road - stop under a tree & switch off the engine. Looks like the S100's are curious creatures. If you can grin & wait for 20 minutes you will find something wanting to find out why the engine noise disappeared so suddenly.
Have a picnic/lunch at Nwanetsi bird hide - leave there at about 15:30 (winter time) & make sure you get to Satara just in time before the gate close - This should give you an indication of what I meant by driving slowly.
Go on the night drive & make sure it includes the famous highway - again? Yes - again!
Log's * 4 you decide - I know the first two were a pair
not sure if this oneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s the same from earlier (night drive)
or this one the following morning.
Black backed Jackal
Honey-Badger - too far for a photo (night drive)
Lions - female a pitiful sight
Two lonely Buffs
Breeding herd Ellies - (night drive)
Hippo, Crocs, Terrapin, Open billed stork, Dabchick, Egyptian Geese, White stork, etc. at Nwanetsi bird hide.
Young Rhino - only got one photo as one of these green things with a canvas roof sped past & came to a screeching stop.
Zebs, impis, wildebeest, nice Kudu, Steenbuck, Giraffe twins & quickie, Waterbuck.
Some more nice birdies as well - granted some were in Satara camp.
Have a look on flickr mentioned earlier - some cropping, etc; but not too bad as evidence & I'm not entering these in a contest.
Also saw three Double banded sand grouse - no photo unfortunately & I think you have seen the Bateleur road kill.
Eat your hard out.