A lion howls at the full moon in the Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia
The Ethiopian or Simien Wolf (Canis simensis) is one of the world’s rarest canids and with an estimated population of only around 400 it is Africa’s most endangered carnivore.
A greater blue-eared glossy-starling (Lamprotornis Chalybaeus) struts his stuff in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
A mating pair of Southern carmine bee-eaters (Merops Nubicoides) do their dance as other mating pairs look on
A leopard (Panthera Pardus) walks down a tree in the early morning after spending the evening snoozing high up in its branches.
A smiling hippopotamus runs to catch up with the remainder of his pod with a hitchhiking yellow-billed oxpecker (Buphagus africanus) on his back.
A shy baby elephant stand under its mother for protection in the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia
This baby Walia Ibex (Capra Walie) is one of only about 500 surviving members of this endangered species who live in the high elevations of the Simien Mts. We found this one at 14,450′ (4,404M).
A baby Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus Pygerythrus) sits contentedly on a tree branch safely out of reach of potential predators in the Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana.
A Southern Yellow hornbill (Tockus leucomelas) surveys the scene while waiting to find his next meal.
A monkey enjoying munching on his morning breakfast
Kids of all kinds suck their thumbs, including this baboon baby hitching a ride on mom in Botswana’s Moremi Reserve.
A Little bee-eater (Merops pusillus) looks perturbed as he ruffles his feathers while scratching himself.
Our favorite, the Lilac Breasted Roller (Coracias caudatus) takes off from a branch. These wonderful little birds are made up of 8 different colors. Perhaps they should have been called “rainbow rollers”?
Dragonfly on the Lower Zambezi River, Zambia