Our Botswana Pictures Gallery - Paradise revealed...
|On safari in Botswana, this leopard posed so gracefully for us on her lookout post, this being the anthill. She was clearly enjoying all the attention.||To be up so close to a male lion in the African bush, on an open vehicle, is very humbling. We followed this lion for quite a while, he was looking for something, I wonder if he ever found it?||We came across this rare sighting on an early morning game drive in Botswana. African Wild Dog napping peacefully. A real treat.|
|The Savute Channel, Linyanti, Botswana. On a game drive we spent some quality time with this family of elephant. Mom knows best...||This little leopard was hidden up a tree, deep in the bush. His mom had gone off probably to hunt for the next meal, he was playing it safe. We were his on-board entertainment!.||A hyena has the strongest jaws of all the predators. Not a force to be reckoned with. This guy was wary, he had picked up the scent of lion in the area.|
|The Dickinsons Kestrel, seen in April in the Savute Channel, Botswana. This one is for all you keen birders out there.||This elephant decided he was staying for lunch in the camp. He was a bit grumpy, so we had to sneak past to get back to our tent. Hide-and-seek with a twist.||Getting up close and personal with an African elephant, on safari in Botswana. We sat very quietly on the game drive vehicle so as not to disturb his peace.|
|Seeing double? A beautiful image of a male lion doing what lions do best, relaxing in the midday sun near the Savute Channel.||Nature at its best. The colours on this saddle-bill stork make any artist envious. Nature's natural canvas.||A baby zebra that wandered off from it's mom, looking a bit bewildered. Thankfully they were re-united shortly afterwards. Who was more relieved, the zebra or us?|
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