Blue waxbill, giraffe, Grey go-away-bird, Impala, lanner falcon, Little bee-eater, Mahango National Park, Red lechwe, red-crested korhaan, Sable antelope, termite mound, Tsessebe, warthog, Wattled crane
Saturday afternoon, 2nd March. I was delighted to see as I got up from lunch to return to my room for a siesta, that there were several Sable antelopes on the opposite bank.
I took a few photos of and in my room.
This is the lodge’s bar area.
And here is a Go-away-bird in the tree beside me as I waited there for us all to assemble for another drive in the Mahango National Park. Many had really been hoping to see a cheetah these last two days. For myself, I had seen – just – one before, but I had never seen a leopard. We had been told that still might see one of these later in the trip, but this was the last time we might see a cheetah.
We covered the same ground as we had in the morning but in very different light.
Sadly, no cheetah.