• 1. Ground Hornbill, Botswana1. Ground Hornbill, Botswana
  • 2. A three-year old female leopard recovering from a kill, having downed a male impala so large she was unable to tree it.  Arathusa, South Africa.2. A three-year old female leopard recovering from a kill, having downed a male impala so large she was unable to tree it. Arathusa, South Africa.
  • 3. Young bull elephant during a mock-charge, making itself as impressive as possible; holding out its trunk to smell danger.  Arathusa, South Africa.3. Young bull elephant during a mock-charge, making itself as impressive as possible; holding out its trunk to smell danger. Arathusa, South Africa.
  • 4. The order kept in the matriarchal elephant society is amazing to watch.  Here, a couple of young bulls are tussling.  Arathusa, South Africa.4. The order kept in the matriarchal elephant society is amazing to watch. Here, a couple of young bulls are tussling. Arathusa, South Africa.
  • 5. Hippopotamus spend the major portion of the day immersed, where water can buoy their great weight.  Here, a juvenile nuzzles its mother.  Arathusa, South Africa5. Hippopotamus spend the major portion of the day immersed, where water can buoy their great weight. Here, a juvenile nuzzles its mother. Arathusa, South Africa
  • 6. Crocodile lurking in the reeds, Botswana6. Crocodile lurking in the reeds, Botswana
  • 7. A white rhinoceros, its square nose indicative of its grazing habits.  Despite its enormous bulk a rhinoceros can travel at amazing speed.  Arathusa, South Africa.7. A white rhinoceros, its square nose indicative of its grazing habits. Despite its enormous bulk a rhinoceros can travel at amazing speed. Arathusa, South Africa.
  • 8. Cape buffalo ruminating, looking placid despite its unpredictability.  Arathusa, South Africa.8. Cape buffalo ruminating, looking placid despite its unpredictability. Arathusa, South Africa.
  • 9. Alpha males travel with their female herds.  This male belonged to a herd of bachelors.  Arathusa, South Africa.9. Alpha males travel with their female herds. This male belonged to a herd of bachelors. Arathusa, South Africa.
  • 10. Collared sunbird feasting on aloe blooms, Arathusa, South Africa10. Collared sunbird feasting on aloe blooms, Arathusa, South Africa
  • 11. Zebra stalions wonder why we don’t bar code all our females.  Arathusa, South Africa11. Zebra stalions wonder why we don’t bar code all our females. Arathusa, South Africa
  • 12. Burchell’s zebra in Arathusa, South Africa12. Burchell’s zebra in Arathusa, South Africa
  • 13. Giraffes have an unsettling habit of looking down at you from up high.  Arathusa, South Africa13. Giraffes have an unsettling habit of looking down at you from up high. Arathusa, South Africa
  • 14. White-Backed Vulture, South Africa14. White-Backed Vulture, South Africa
  • 15. On a cold morning, the lilac breasted roller puffed up its plumage, assuming an unusual appearance.  Arathusa, South Africa15. On a cold morning, the lilac breasted roller puffed up its plumage, assuming an unusual appearance. Arathusa, South Africa
  • 16. Lioness at the waterhole, Namibia16. Lioness at the waterhole, Namibia
  • 17. Leopard on its kill, Botswana17. Leopard on its kill, Botswana
  • 18. Steenbok, Botswana18. Steenbok, Botswana
  • 19. Red Hartebeest, Namibia19. Red Hartebeest, Namibia
  • 20. Kudu, Botswana20. Kudu, Botswana
  • 21. Springbok, Namibia21. Springbok, Namibia
  • 22. Red billed Hornbill, Namibia22. Red billed Hornbill, Namibia
  • 23. Malachite kingfisher, Botswana23. Malachite kingfisher, Botswana
  • 24. Diminutive reed frog. Botswana24. Diminutive reed frog. Botswana
  • 25. Baboon at sunset, Arathusa, South Africa25. Baboon at sunset, Arathusa, South Africa
  • 26. Female baboon from a troupe at the Cape of Good Hope26. Female baboon from a troupe at the Cape of Good Hope