Cheeetah near Mata Mata

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary Fl. U.S.A.)

Mock Fight

Mock Fight

Mock Fight
2 skylined
The light was good
What are you looking at!?

on our latest trip, Sherry and I were only able to spend 2.5 days in the Kalahari, the first two days were not very eventful, but on the morning we had to leave, in 2.5 hours we sighted and were able to photograph 5 cheetah and 3 lions all within 7kms of Mata Mata camp! One group of 2 and a second of 3 Cheetah. Sherry took a photo of the group of 3 (into the sun) mock fighting. Hope you enjoy!

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Ah, the famous last day of safari!
by: Kevin

We have also had some of our best sightings on the very last day. Nice images!

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by: Jenny

I like the 2nd pic of them sitting on the top of the dunes...makes a nice silhouette. Thanks once again for your lovely pics and for sharing them and your travel stories with us....we've missed them for a while.

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