Vultures and hyenas do nature a great service.
It’s not often I have seen a languid leopard.
The leopards I have seen in the Kruger Park are usually darting across the road, or having an afternoon siesta under the shade of a tree, but I have never seen a leopard practically asleep on its feet.
The Zany Zebra
These creatures were created for freedom; to run wild! And only from a distance, to be admired.
The Endearing Steenbok.
The Steenbok is probably the cutest little buck you will see in the Kruger National Park.
Birds of Kruger National Park. 2019
(This post contains 28 images.) For many a trip to the Kruger Park is about the mammals, and yes, so it should be, I love them too! But for me the excitement is about the birds, because they could appear anywhere, even on the loneliest, dullest drive. It is like a treasure hunt - and... Continue Reading →
Minutes After Birth!
This video was taken in the Kruger National Park. When I arrived on the scene the impala had just given birth, and the little one was lying in the dead bush. The ground was hot to the touch as it was 45 degrees celsius, and the impalas were gathered under the meager shade of a... Continue Reading →
One Cheeky Little Hornbill!
If you think a parrot has character, wait until you meet a hornbill up close.
Painting wildlife? Here are a few tried and trusted tips.
Painting animals can be a daunting task for an artist. I avoided painting animals because I assumed it would be too difficult, however, I am always beset by a challenge. I knew that to be a complete artist I had to include animals in my profile. Beneath are some tips that will be helpful. I... Continue Reading →