40 years kalahari visits part 6

by Lourens

Jackal on the dune.

Jackal on the dune.

Jackal on the dune.
Regular long distance Cheetahs.
Another regular long distance Lions.
You approach I fly off.

Some days as it goes with nature nothing happens except for occasional sightings of loners. A Jackal on the run, early morning Birds of prey that just do not give you the chance to put it in camera for memories. As the day goes on the heat rises and inhabitants of the park seek shade.

If you are lucky to be at the right waterhole there might just be some interaction between Gemsbok bulls that turn up the dust with the clashing of horns. A spectacular sight is up to a 100 Springbok moving along to a waterhole with their head held up high, one white mass moving at the same rhythm. Once saw a Cheetah attempt that ended up with the Springbok leaving a dust cloud that enveloped the Cheetah to such an extent that he stopped dead in his tracks!

How do you select photos to share out of 4000 photos, not easy!

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Mar 29, 2014
Tell me about it...!
by: Anton

...every bird we see in the Kalahari takes off as soon as we stop to photograph it!

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