Between August and October cameras were set up in a few more of the reserves. Thus, there were a lot more pictures to go through, and deciding the best pictures to share was a much harder process. Some of the cameras had a quiet month while others proved that there may just be highways in … More October check 2016
A black-winged kite on the lookout for its next victim. Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa
“The bush is a busy place when people aren’t around” I’ve found myself on foot in “Big 5” country a lot in recent months. It’s been two years since my first experience of walking in the bush (a story for another time). These days I have a lot more hours of bush walking under my … More Camera Trapping
The sentry – A vervet monkey keeps watch Moremi Game Reserve – Okavango Delta (Botswana)
The setting sun over Sua Pan Nata Bird Sanctuary (Magadikgadi Pans, Botswana)
My Patch!! A red-knobbed coot claiming its island at sunset. (Phakhalane, Botswana)
Roadkill isn’t something glamorous or appealing to the eye; not something many people like seeing or getting a closer look. A closer look is by far the best way to describe how I looked at roadkill in my honours year. From a scientific perspective studying roadkill is a great way to start understanding of how … More Watch the Road
The world sleeps soundly. The birds are stirring in their roosts, preparing their morning songs. As the moon still holding bravely over the early morning sky. The car struggles against the cold, climbing over the mountains surrounding Grahamstown to top the last peak with first light welcoming in the new day… These are the moments … More Up Early!