Wild Cats

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

Stalking

Stalking

Stalking
On watch
Out on a limb
Up close

On our most recent trip to the Kalahari, Sherry and I were fortunate in being able to photograph 6 different Wild Cats. I saw 2 first and the rest were Sherry's. In any case I hope you enjoy the photos. By the way all of the cats were seen on the Mata Mata road.

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Apr 21, 2016
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Six African wild cats in one trip is exceptional!
by: Kim

I also noticed the different eyes in the one cat - maybe it's part domestic cat?

Apr 21, 2016
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Very well done!
by: mario

We are happy to see one AWC on our safaris - so six on one trip must be a record! Well done Bob and Sherry for finding them and capturing these super images! (Did you notice 'out on a limb' has different eyes to the others?)

Apr 20, 2016
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Lovely images
by: Irene

Being such small creatures they must be hard to find

Apr 20, 2016
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My Best
by: Jennifer

My best are 'Stalking' and 'Out on a limb'. These little guys are what make going to the Kalahari so worth while. Thanks for sharing these great sightings.

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