A wet dog smells

Date: 2015-04-08

There are two considerations for a wildlife photographer when out looking for subjects to photograph: the species to photograph and the quality of the sighting. One of our jobs as photographic guides is to go out and find when these more

Desert Adapted Lions

Date: 2015-04-07

We were extremely excited when we discovered tracks from a pride of lions which had literally strolled through our camp the previous evening. The following morning, just after we left camp, we spotted the lions stalking a lone more

Skeleton Coast Brown Hyena

Date: 2015-04-07

On hearing that a local researcher was monitoring a den site of the rarely seen brown hyena, we jumped at the chance to accompany her one morning on foot to the den site located on a low ridge of hills. These hyena are seldom seen more

A dry joke

Date: 2015-04-07

I have been lucky enough to have been up to the Serengeti/Maasai Mara ecosystem three times over the course of my guiding career, but unlucky to have spent close to fity solid hours waiting and waiting for a wildebeest to cross a more

Better the devil you can see

Date: 2015-03-23

One of the easiest ways to find any predator is just to stop and listen. The bush can be like a group of old ladies at a tea party, and it's not long before they start gossiping about the happenings around town. Given enough time the more