A memorable sighting: a young Kalahari lion resting in the shade of an acacia bush.
A brown hyena drinking from one of the two artificial waterholes in the reserve.
A bat-eared fox.
A giraffe in the reserve.
Gemsboks and springboks at a waterhole.
The mother cheetah.
A greater kudu bull approaching the waterhole.
Gemsbok bulls sparring.
The northern Matswere gate at the reserve.
The pair of veterinary fences on the way to the reserve, whose purpose is to prevent the spread of the foot-and-mouth disease in cattle from wild ungulates.
Springboks in the shade of acacia trees.
The setting sun painting the sky rosy-red behind the acacia trees.
An Acacia tortilis tree, one of the common acacias of the Kalahari, in full bloom.
A pair of cape ground squirrels on the alert. By feeding on roots, bulbs and grasses, these animals can live without drinking water.
Cape glossy starling.
Male kori bustard.
Northern black korhaan.
Gottyma, the cook in the team. She cooked with only three vessels and on a fire grate. She even baked bread and cake in the camp.