Today it was time to move to Nossob.
Early in the morning, still too dark to take photos a Brownie again came to the waterhole for a drink.
Markw told me later that while I had a shower, either the same or a second one passed right beside our cabin on her way towards the waterhole...
And I missed that
We took our time, had breakfast, said goodbye to everybody and left camp around 9am.
We would see wanderw and markw again in Nossob, arks was going to follow the next day.
It was a quiet drive south. We stopped at Polentswa and watched some Wildebeests and a couple of Secretary Birds.Larger ViewLarger View
At Nossob we got the same bungalow like a couple of days before.
Again unpacking the car, recharging the batteries and in the afternoon we were leaving again for a drive towards the southern direction.
Wanderw’s sister opened the gate for us, when we saw that a huge Cape Cobra was coming her way. Thank God we noticed her and as soon as she was gone, everybody was rushing for the cameras to take some pics, causing a traffic jam Larger ViewLarger View
The next sighting was a Yellow Mongoose, unusual outside the campLarger View
Marie se Draai landscapeLarger View
Relaxed Jackal at Marie se DraaiLarger View
Jackals at the WaterholeLarger ViewLarger View
Ashy Tit in the bushes at the waterholeLarger View
About a km before we left Maries Loop again we heard a familiar sound….
Spotted Eagle Owls, so we stopped the car and had a look around.
Unfortunately it was already pretty dark.Larger ViewLarger ViewLarger View
Wonderful sunset skies on the way back to the camp….Larger ViewLarger View
And then a surprise.
Wanderw stopped shortly after they had entered the camp gates and soon we discover why…
An African Wildcat close to the two small “towers” at the camp gates. Larger View
Such a beautyLarger View
And so relaxedLarger ViewLarger ViewLarger ViewLarger View
More and more cars arrived and so it was time to leave and get back to our bungalow.
We had a braai and quite a few Jackals came for a visit …Larger View
Another wonderful day with nice and unusual sightings…