We had a good run of luck on this evening, seeing a Pearl-Spotted owl, a Verraux's Eagle owl, and to complete the trio, this Spotted Eagle O...
When taking photographs at night be particularly vigilant in using a bean bag. Canon 7D with an EF 100mm f2.8 Macro shot at 1/2500 sec at f2.8, ISO 2000 – Photographed by Kate Neill
A curious Scops Owl. The smallest owls found in Southern Africa, Scops Owls can often be heard calling to each other with their soft 'Prrrrrrp". Photograph by James Tyrrell.
The most relaxed Bush baby I have ever managed to view. Photograph by Mike Sutherland.
A civet cat emerges from the darkness, another creature of the night. Photograph by Lucien Beaumont.
Two scrub hare leverets suckle in as dusk turns to night. Photograph by Andrea Campbell.
Some creativity through exploration. Image by Mike Sutherland.
It was less than 80 metres from the spot shown here, under the light of the lamps, that this sighting took place. Photograph by James Tyrrell
The day fades and gives way to the stars. Photograph by Simon Smit
Not often seen in this much detail, I was able to capture this thanks to a recent guest Phil Judd and his somewhat substantial lens. Photograph by Simon Smit
An ancient dead Leadwood tree is silhouetted by the African night sky. Photograph by Simon Smit.