Ngorongoro Serval

Date: 2014-04-09

On most African safaris, it’s often the larger and better-known cats that draw one’s attention.  Occasionally though, a relatively scarce and seldom-seen feline steals the show.

Just after first light one more

A family of leopards

Date: 2014-03-27

We arrived in Lamai and heard that two tiny leopard cubs had been seen for the very first time, just the day before.  Heading out that afternoon, we started our search right away, and after finding the mother leopard, we followed more

A creature called the Ietermagog

Date: 2014-03-15

Not too long ago I had shared a post on an enigmatic, rarely seen little creature, the sighting of which for me was a first in my 15 years of guiding in Southern African reserves. If you know my story you will know I am talking about more

Of Whale Watching and the Benefits of Smokin...

Date: 2014-03-14

Words by Colin Souness

Photography by Nicky Silberbauer

Cetaceans - whales and dolphins - are amongst the most intelligent creatures on Earth, and at the top of the pile are Orca, otherwise known as 'Killer Whales'. Orca more

A curious cheetah

Date: 2014-03-12

We had stopped to watch a pair of cheetah, and their intended path took them to within a few metres of where we sat.  Suddenly, and much to our surprise, the male cheetah veered towards us and jumped up onto the bonnet of our Land more