I’ve already written about the hyena who visited us on our first night camping at the Okavango Delta, but there were a great many more animals who came wandering past. Most of them skirted the edges of the camp, but we were told that some would walk through in the dark when no people were out and about.
And every morning we would wake up to scenes like this behind our tent (in our backyard, as it were):
This was just one morning, a mixed herd of zebra and wildebeest.
To the other side, across the dirt road leading to the camp, the elephants would come to drink and eat, or bathe themselves. Some mornings there would be a lone bull or two, other mornings there would be whole families…with little ones! (I’ll save those photos for next time.) For now, here’s this guy (or gal) stuffing himself full of the green stuff.