20 July 18:43 - Black backed jackal in the background.
23 September 18:11 - Brown hyena. You can clearly see the markings are used for identification of individuals, and are like fingerprints in humans.
15 August 07:30 - A rare morning visit by this brown hyena. These animals are normally only seen around the waterhole in the early evening or at night.
28 July 20:39 - Brown Hyena in the foreground.
8 October 17:34 - Caracal, one of our smaller cat species, visiting the waterhole.
21 July 18:21 - Male giraffe at the waterhole. Often seen during the day as the evening time is an unusual time for a giraffe to visit for a drink.
21 July 18:21 - The visit was worthwhile, as the giraffe manages to quench his thirst.
5 October 22:15 - Oryx looking over the waterhole before taking a drink, unusually late at night.
5 October 22:15 - Success!! The Oryx manages to get a drink.
29 June 05:34 - Two spotted hyenas in the foreground.
24 October 18:28 - Spotted Hyena cooling down after a long day.
24 October 18:28 - Spotted Hyena now sufficiently chilled, leaving the waterhole.
27 October 19:27 - Spotted hyena, very alert, using all his senses to make sure no other threats are around.
21 July 22:56 - A clan of five spotted hyenas.
13 October 07:00 - Spur wing goose all on its own.
22 October 12:14 - Warthogs cooling off in the middle of a very hot day. Daytime temperatures have been in the high 30s, early 40 degree Celsius.
14 October 07:50 - Three of a group of white egrets that stopped in for a drink.
11 October 10:40 - Yellow billed kite. This bird and its partner spend a lot of time here, hunting small prey around the waterhole.
1 July 01:05 - A small group of zebra drinking. Unusual to see plains game drinking so late at night.