It did rain during the night, but the morning already started hot and humid.
One of the many Bee-Eaters we saw on this trip, unfortunately they never were in a good position for a pic.Larger View
At Sitzas a couple of Jackals were near the waterhole, all looking for a drink, but the waterhole was empty.Larger View
Again we spotted Kudus on the way to Craig Lockhardt.Larger View
Of course we once again had a look for the Owl at the waterhole.Larger View
Just too cute....
And then guess what....
Another Wildcat Larger ViewLarger View
And shortly after that, the next one... Larger View
A Bee-Eater by the roadside.Larger View
A Beautiful Kudu near the 13th BoreholeLarger View
And.... Another Wildcat... Larger View
Due to the rain there were huge puddles in the road, here a Secretary had a drink.Larger View
These Vultures had a drink before, we could see the track in the road near the water.Larger View
We had passed the 14th Borehole when we spotted a Wildcat in a tree...
Only back at home having a closer look at the photos on a bigger screen, I discovered that I actually took a photo of two Wildcats... Larger View
Ostriches on the way to the waterhole...Larger View
And .... Another Wildcat.... Sorry ....Larger View
Here we spotted a strange "couple"....Larger View
This Giant Eagle Owl seemed to have some kind of a problem....
The head looked nearly bold....Larger View
In Mata Mata a Hornbill was beautifully singing in a tree next to our bungalow.
The afternoon was very hot again.Larger View
One of my favourite AgamasLarger View
This looks like a Starling to me, only that he was nearly white.... Larger View
And another Jackal..... I love to observe them...Larger View
While we were driving I discovered something strange, we stopped a saw that it was a Rats tale dangling out of a tree trunk....
As soon as we stopped the tale disappeared and only seconds later we saw this... Larger View
While we stood there and had a good laugh, we discovered something underneath that tree....
A Wildcat.... Larger ViewLarger View
She heard the Rats as well.....Larger View
Later a Giraffe was having a drink nearly in the same spot as the Secretary in the morning....Larger View
On the way back we checked the Cat Tree again, and yes....... he/she was still there...Larger View
Later on the way to Craig Lockhardt we could smell some rain in the air.Larger View
We spotted another Pearl-spotted Owl in a bush beside the road.Larger View
Our last sighting of the day, a Jackal at Craig Lockhardt.
Beautiful light and always so nice to see them.Larger ViewLarger View
We had a wonderful day.
Just unbelievable how many Wildcats we saw once again, I dearly hope that does not mean that we will see none of them on our next trip.
And we still have many, many more days to come on this trip....