This male Leopard was on the Diospane Road. The light was terrible, but it stuck around for a few minutes giving excellent viewing.
Then a cub came out & joined its Mum!
Unbelievably, just 500 m further down the road a female Leopard was seen on a rock, with a young cub. Female Leopards often keep their cubs out of the way of male Leopards, because of the chance of infanticide. So, this sighting was unusual.
Just half an hour later, I came across this pair of Wild Dogs. It was pouring down with rain, but they seemed to have moved away from the rest of the pack because they had mating on their minds.
A very wet Bat Hawk!
Another very wett individual - this time a
Lioness with cubs.
Amazingly, this was the second of two groups of Lionesses with cubs this morning!
GroundHornbill with Puff Adder as prey.
Lesser Black-winged Plover.
Yet another Leopard!