Thanks everyone for their comments, we normally only show our pictures to family and friends. So this is also the first time I've ever posted anything online and it won't be the last thank's to your encouragement. I just need to find time to read a few other TR's to learn of other peoples experiences.
Back to the end of day 2 and what we thought was a very good end to the day.
After a quick shopping session at Lower Sabie we were on our way, it was a lovely evening though and we enjoyed the views towards the Lebombo Mountains. This Kori Bustard did put in a show but our luck seemed to have gone with our sightings dropping off until we reached one of the dams nearer Croc bridge.
Those of you who’ve read my earlier posts will have seen this picture when I asked if you could count the legs as when the smaller rhino moved away there was an even smaller rhino between them
And just below them was a fourth rhino that seemed to be a bit upset with the vervet monkeys in the branches in front of him, I could quite time the pictures right to get him attacking them with his horn.
We decided to head around to the other side of the area that the rhinos were standing in and on the way round had to stop to let this dwarf mongoose across the road, they are quick!
The solitary rhino soom gave up on the monkeys but headed off out of sight.
This hornbill was posing for us in a nearby tree
Just a bit short of Crocodile Bridge we came across our 11th rhino of the day when this one wandered out of the bush. Number 10 was too far away for a good picture.
I’m sure that most people who’ve visited Croc Bridge know about the vervet monkeys but they were not our only sightings in the camp. Whilst we were cooking our food we heard movement outside the fence, it was a young hyena prowling up and down it was soon joined by a fully grown partner who was obviously looking for free food.
Our last sighting occurred around 20mins later as we were taking an evening stroll along the camp perimeter. Climbing out of the corner fence post we found these two bush babies, we’re not sure who’s watching who but they let us stay close for a few minutes before leaping off into the trees. I avoid using a flash to not startle them.
We went to bed very pleased and happy, ready to see what would follow on day 3