Who can get the best view?
These terrapins display some interesting behaviour when it comes to getting the best spot in the sun. Scroll down to view this unusual sequence photographed by Jaap Le Grange.
Too much of action
It is hard to find new descriptions to define the Kruger National Park. Suffice to say that each time we go there we are filled with wonder at the scale of its unspoilt wilderness. What a heritage we as South Africans have in this amazing place. By Doreen Hansen
Penguins to the side, geese coming through
It is not only the Penguins that enjoy a swim at Boulders Beach. This family of Egyptian Geese also enjoyed a little time exploring the waters.
What did the jackal say to the impala?
We love this unusual sequence of a jackal and impala. Viv Ruiter and her husband took these images in the Kruger Park along the S100 near Satara. Viv says: “The jackal was quite happy to continue with his sleep but the impala had other ideas."
Lion pictures win MyAddo photo competition
Dr Trix Jonker of Bloemfontein has won the 2012 My Addo competition with her dramatic pictures of a lion catching a warthog.
Take better big cat pictures
If you have big cat fever after reading the autumn 2012 issue of Wild magazine, it’s time to get into the bush. Remember these tips to take better shots when you come face to face with leopards or lions.
BEWARE THE MAMBA!
On Day 7 of their birding trip to Kruger’s far north, chairman of Overberg BirdLife Anton Odendal and his wife, Elaine, witnessed Meves’s Starlings attack a mamba between Pafuri and Crook’s Corner.
By Anton Odendal
An unexpected visitor
Not all is at peace in the Kruger Park... Find out what happens in our photo sequence by Mario Fazekas.
Capture the Spirit of Africa: Round Two Finalists
We’ve chosen the images that we think best represent our beautiful continent. Scroll down to have a look at our finalists from round two of the Amarula Capture the Spirit of Africa competition.
When mother's away...
This baboon comes across a prize find! Here a yellow baboon raids a crocodile nest and avoids getting caught ... Photographs by George Schmahl.