There is one place in Zambia to see outstanding sightings of leopards and that’s South Luangwa.
A pride of lions take down the first elephant of the season in Savuti.
A lone lioness is attacked by a pride’s dominant male.
A spotted hyena fishes out the rotting meat of a carcass in one of Etosha’s dams.
A python proves that its bark-like camouflage scales are just as bad as its bite when it kills a turtle dove.
The leopard: nature’s most enigmatic predator, a true work of art.
A look at cheetah and hyena cubs – we can’t decide which is cuter!
Scott soaks up the natural wonders of Kruger: lions, bull elephants, happy hippo herds and hidden leopards.
An important cheetah lesson as a mother cheetah teaches her cubs how to stalk their prey.
Will Burrard-Lucas’ wildebeest time-lapse video has been commended in the new time-lapse category of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Scott Ramsay is lucky enough to see all five of the Timbavati white lions: two adult lionesses and three white lion cubs.
Two lionesses with 6 cubs face a daunting deep river crossing. Two of the cubs refuse the swim and get separated with potentially devastating consequences. You won’t believe the dedication of the mothers.
Discover South Luangwa by way of a river journey in Emerald Season discover a landscape that is alive with greenery and wildlife.
An orphaned elephant is rescued from Milgis Lugga, Kenya along with two tiny ostrich chicks.
The elusive black cat is back!
Action between zebras and lions at Salvadora waterhole in Etosha.
The return of the buffalo to Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia
An adorable photo selection of a playful group of wild dogs with their pups.
10 reasons why safari hides are not just for bird watchers and wildlife documentary photographers.
Brandy, has successfully recovered from her snare injuries. Whether the incident had terminated her pregnancy remains to be seen but experts are hopeful.
Photos of an African rock python taking down a vervet monkey in Tanzania’s Katavi National Park.
We join Ivanhoe Sea Safaris a whale watching experience in Gansbaai.
Carnivore Conservation Research Project collaborating with Namibian farmers to help resolve the human/predators conflict.
Will Kent talks about some of the experiences he had in South Africa as a volunteer.
What does one do when a lion charges you on foot? Bushwise has the answer!
During our recent Africa Geographic visit to Namibia, we shared a rather special moment with a family of desert elephants, as they settled down for a mid-morning siesta.
Guests were treated to a tender moment between elephants in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Tuli Safari Lodge in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana, must be one of the only places in Africa that can guarantee excellent sightings of elephant shrews.
Photos of a dramatic moment involving a pack of wild dogs and a huge crocodile in Kruger National Park.
Africa Geographic Travel recently ran its first photographic workshop at Samara Private Game Reserve with Mark Drysdale and what a success it was!
Studying spotted hyenas via radio collars to find out how their societal structure bucks the trends researchers see in other mammals.
There has been a ground-breaking discovery and naming of two new species of monkey moths in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park in South Africa.
Ben Coley talks about the magic that is the African bushveld.
Wonderful photographs of golden backlit lions playing in the dust.
An amazing moment with two crocodiles engaged in what appears to be a mating ritual.
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust rescues one of Tsavo’s bull elephants that was injured by a poacher.
A leopard leaps from a tree in Moremi Game Reserve onto an impala grazing below.
Grahamstown researchers discover a new species of redfin minnow
Photographs that celebrate the lovely leopards of the Timbavati.
The Bangweulu Wetlands Project’s latest member, Seymour, the little chick who survived.
Dr. Simon Morgan, from Wildlife ACT, answers some questions asked about the strange behaviour of the genet who was caught hitchhiking.
A grey heron uses a local waterhole as his fishing ground for finch food.
An amazing sighting of a baby honey badger in Botswana’s Linyanti concession.
All about African wild dogs…
The spectacle that is the Mara River crossing during the great migration.
For those of you who were surprised to see a large spotted genet riding a buffalo, he is back – this time for some rhino riding!!