A red-billed oxpecker is sitting on the head, neck and later over the eye of one of the impala rams, but he pays it no attention. Red-billed oxpeckers eat thousands of ticks from livestock and wildlife every year as a form of biological control. Read more about impala's and ticks! #leopardtv #science #wildlife
Tshwene is the Tshwana word for "Baboon". Every night a huge herd of baboons sleep here in the waterberry trees. Tshwene is a bush camp hidden in a gorge with a beautiful view of a lake and forest-covered hills in the distance. Enjoy the photos taken at this camp... #leopardtv #shayamanzi #africanwildlife #tbt
Seringa is the biggest open plain area on Shayamanzi. Animals like eland, gemsbok, blesbok, red hartebeest, zebra, blue wildebeest and giraffe all favour the open plain areas and are regular visitors to Seringa.
The buffalo at Shayamanzi spends a lot of time at their favourite water point in the 10 hectare camp. Photos of Buffalo at Shayamanzi!
Zebra occurs in small breeding herds consisting of a stallion, a few mares and also their fouls. The stallion is at least four years old and stays with the breeding herd until it is 12 years old. The foals leave the family group when they are between one and four years old and either stay alone or join stallion herds. Here is a video of the Zebra at #Shayamanzi. #leopardtv #nature