Our group. Our two guides are in the back row. Mr. Fish is on the right and Stanley Dube is fourth from the right.
Elephants on the plains near the Chobe River in northern Botswana.
This leopard had captured his or her dinner, an impala, but it was stolen by two lions who were in the process of eating it just a few feet from the fig tree where the leopard found refuge.
Our leopard was a bit sleepy, in spite of losing his dinner to two lions.
An elephant came by to have a few figs from the tree in which the leopard was resting.
Red lechwe on an island in the Okavango Delta.
Two male lions.
This male and female had just mated. Females mate with several partners, apparently to ensure pregnancy. (Chobe National Park.)
Lion cub, about 6 months old.
Part of our group watching the young lion cubs. They were being led my their mother to a sheltered spot in the shade.
For some time we watched a female and her two cubs. There were two other females in the pride.