Field guide in 55 days – Part 1

As the tarmac turned to gravel, I leant forward, turned off the music and rolled down the window. This is a little something I always do when hitting the dirt. I don't know why but it just makes me feel like I'm in the bush and I can connect with the outdoors. This time was... Continue Reading →

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MSc submitted

It's been awhile since I last posted anything and this is with good reason. Last week I submitted my MSc Thesis, something I've been trying to do for a couple of months now. Although not entirely to blame for not posting, it is the main reason. I couldn't exactly spend time posting things on my... Continue Reading →

Looking around

While checking camera traps in Kwandwe we came across the northern pride lying around on top of a dam wall. We got a little closer and I was able to take advantage of the amazing light and get this picture of one of the cubs. Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape - South Africa

Camouflage at its best

A dominant male leopard plays hide and seek with us, showing how easily this well camouflaged species blends into its surroundings. Pumba Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape - South Africa

Okavango from above

The oasis that is the Okavango Delta - Botswana Botswana has to be one of the flattest countries in the world and this picture depicts just this. With the flat landscape, photo's like this, taken from the air show the curvature of the earth so evidently.

Terrapin on the move

A marsh terrapin (Pelomedusa subrufa) in the Karoo. Asante Sana Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape - South Africa. While checking camera traps in Asante Sana Private Game Reserve I stumbled across this marsh terrapin crossing the road along the top of a dam wall. The eastern cape is presently going through a dry period and... Continue Reading →

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