Another restful sleep and great wakeup to lots of chirping birds. The leopard was around last night , lots of tracks. Even as we eat breakfast we are off to a great start. The zebras are enjoying morning in the savannah.
And a roan antelope decides to go for a stroll.
Then a young bushbuck decided to explore the area right in front of the building.
Great breakie and then off for our last long morning drive. As we leave the camp – a cape buffalo crossing……
Shortly we see a grey crowned crane – elegant….
This is a termite mond, we have seen a lot of these so figured I should get a picture of one in the blog.
The it seems to be baby day on the savannah.
A year old zebra…
A topi and its young
A three week old giraffe – it seems the mortality rate for young giraffes is quite high – they are extremely curious and wander off easily.
An impala and her baby (days old) take off at a run…..
Before returning to camp we swing by the elephant kill to check it out….. still being guarded closely.
Back at camp for lunch and rest. Lounge area and dining area in main building.
Afternoon drive we go along to river to check out the hippo pools and see a few interesting sights.
Crocodiles dig holes in the banks to keep moist in case the water holes dry up.
Grey heron goind for a ride.
Tail-less warthog. Meresu said – some large animal probably grabbed him by the tail and it broke off as he escaped. Loss of danger signal… oops….
Bedtime – storks are bedding down for the night.