Idube Cam is down. Olifants River cam is down due to damaged fiber switches. We are working on solutions.

Quiet day.

Anonymous's picture
Quiet day.

The silence remains. The waterhole is still very quiet.
Earlier 2 stag-somethings visited, I'm a bit unsure of what it was. Looked like Impalas but the horns confused me, Impalas have sort of crooked horns, but these guys had straight ones.

Can someone maybe identify?

And some birds visited, birds are not my strong side, have no idea what kind they are.

And right now, the only one at the waterhole is an Impala stag, he's been grazing. now he's resting.
And he's easy to recognize, he's missing a horn!

Tourneyman1's picture

Hi and welcome to Africam

Hi and welcome to Africam and the forum.  I do hope you will join us in the daily created Boma chat thread where we talk about what we are seeing and hearing at the waterholes.  Feel free to ask any questions there too.  I think that it is a young male impala you have there with the straight looking antlers.  The bird picture is too small for me to be able to tell what it is for sure but I think might be the pair of egyptian geese that are at the waterhole quite often.

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, courage to change the things that I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.... especially when the cams go down.

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