We were on our way o Craig Lockhardt when we spotted this beautiful Ostrich close to the road.
I just love this early morning light. Larger View
Craig Lockhardt waterhole was qite busy.
There were Wildebeests Larger View
A Giraffe Larger View
And a lonesome Eland Larger View
But then we moved on further south.
At Dalkeith a Jackal was sitting in the almost dry waterhole to have a drink Larger View Larger View
We checked the tree again, where we saw the AWC the day before and can you believe it ?!
She was still there…. Larger View
Shortly after that a couple of Kudus were coming down the dune.
Could not resist, I just love silhouettes, used a copper filter here…. Larger View
Another thing I can not resist….
Taking Mouse pics, lol. Larger View Larger View
Then we discovered Vultures and Jackals on top of one of the dunes.
Checking with our binocular we discovered the carcass of an Eland too.Larger View Larger View Larger View Larger View
And …. Yes another AWC just after we had reached the main road again… Larger View
The one that we had seen earlier went back to sleep… Larger View
On our way back we checked the Wildebeest Carcass that we discovered the previous day…
It “went” further into the riverbed and some visitors were there too. Larger View Larger View
Between Craig Lockhardt and Sitzas we had our most hilarious Wildcat sighting ever.
We had just stopped to take a photo of a AWC that was walking up the hill. Larger View
Then we discovered that she was walking straight towards an inattentive Kori Bustard. Larger View
Then he discovered her… Larger View
And got really upset…. Larger View
A beautifully colourful LBR Larger View
Wildebeests on a hot day walking towards a waterhole Larger View Larger View
Back at KTC a Crow enjoyed our bird bath. Larger View Larger View
In our kitchen we discovered that obviously someone liked our Cremora….
We already missed a box with matches and a ea towel and decided to put up a cam trap in the kitchen that night….. Larger View
The progress of the birds nest… Larger View
An Agama on our afternoon drive. Larger View
The Cat still in her tree, lol….
And still sleepy…. Larger View
Later north of Dalkeith again an AWC, this time out in the open. Larger View Larger View
We then caused a traffic jam here, we knew where the Cat was, but as hard as we possibly tried to explain where exactly he/she was lying. No one was able to find it, even with binoculars and it was maybe less than 10 metres away from the road....
Master of camouflage! Larger View
Coming closer to Craig Lockhardt we spotted the beautiful Lion of the two love birds again…. Larger View
Back the camp it was time to set up the cam to see if we got another visitor…. Larger View