A view not far from camp
Sunset over the river
An eagle at dusk
Just how many monkeys can you fit on one branch?
Legendary African Guide Bruce Lawson
In the Bush, walk softly and carry a big gun!
The famous Baobab Trees
A dung beetle plies his trade
An Impala on the Road
The Rules of the EcoTraining Camp
Wildebeest calves are proof that all baby animals are cute
My home away from home for the week
Simple but comfortable accommodations
The communal dining hall
Time for lunch!
Isn't he cute!
It's an Impala Party
An ancient Baobab Tree, probably 800-1000 years old
A beautiful bird!
And one that looks like a chicken!
A baboon sneaks into the bush
Our awesome ride!
These two were sparring
Cape Buffalo! One of the Big Five and a bit scary.
The storks don't seem to like us being around
Baby Lion, no more than than two weeks old.
The little guy was a bit wet after some afternoon rains.
I love the flora as much as the fauna
Beautiful sub-tropical flowers
She's throwing a tantrum! This mom wasn't happy to have us around!
Love this pic of the three zebras keeping an eye on us!
The guy in the Volkswagen wasn't all that excited to challenge him either.
One more upset elephant. They're kind of aggressive in Kruger.
More lovely flora
Deep in the Bush!
Colorful, little orange bug
Another ancient Baobab tree. This one was hollow and used to store grain like a silo for hundreds of years.
Giant termite mound, nearly the size of a tree.
An amazingly beautiful gorge in Kruger.
Yellow Horn Beak!
I'm a sucker for pretty flowers!
The Watering Hole!
Scorpions are everywhere here, and yes, I held one too!
Soldiers who are part of Kruger's Anti-Poaching Unit
Hippo Crossing! Now that's a sign you don't see just anywhere!