When I am out on safari, I like to ask the rangers and trackers what their favourite animal is to watch, or what they would like to see while out on a game drive.Usually, the answer is one of the larger predators, or elephants.But I had a first with our last guide, Harley, while staying at Chitwa Chitwa.His favourite animal is the kudu.
Kudu are a truly impressive animal, especially the males with their huge spiralling horns.They have enormous ears that rotate around like satellite dishes, to aid them in picking up sounds while they are in amongst the trees.
Here are a few kudu images for today.It seemed as good a topic as any!
If you’d like to learn a bit more about kudu, here is the Wiki page for them:
I was originally planning to combine the two areas of the Sabi Sands I stayed at into one highlights post, but I’ve been having such difficulty finding the time to work on my photos the last few weeks that it just wasn’t feasible. Fingers crossed I’ll be able to get to the final highlights post this weekend, so I can move on to the other editing projects that I want to do – and get out and do some more shooting too!
This time-lapse was one of my first attempts, and shows a mid afternoon at the dam in front of Chitwa lodge. Lots of waterbuck around that afternoon!