Hyena taking a walk

by Xikombiso Maaga

Hyena taking a walk

Hyena taking a walk

We spotted this hyena early in the morning in December 2009 on our way to Lower Sabie Camp from Skukuza. We are planning to visit KNP again in August and I can't wait to go there.

Although I'm not sure what to expect as I have never been to the park during this period but I hope we will enjoy it just like in summer season.

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Jul 13, 2010
Thanks for uploading your hyena photo Xikombiso!
by: Mario

In our opinion August and September are THE BEST months to visit the Kruger as it's the end of winter, water is scarce, grass is very low and you get good animal interaction. You should also see lots of animals such as lion, hyena and leopard in the roads as they lie here for warmth in the mornings.
Have a great time and let us know what you see!

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