Turns out watering-holes in the Kgalagadi are a great place to grab food on the wing if you’re a black-backed jackal
A snake gives a group of bat-eared-foxes a fight in the Kgalagadi.
Two tawny eagles battle it out at a waterhole in the Kgalagadi.
A leopard chases a bat-eared fox down the burrow in the Kgalagadi.
After the epic Kgalagadi, Scott headed first to the impressive Augrabies National Park, and then Mokala National Park, which is south-west of Kimberley in the centre of South Africa.
As Scott leaves the Kgalagadi, he reflects on the kindness of strangers and the friends he has made along the way.
Scott Ramsay discovers that the stare of a wild lion can teach us something. Something about us, as modern humans, and where we fit in a wild world.
During a game drive at Ta Shebube Lodge near Polentswa, Scott Ramsay gets to witness (and photograph) a lion show down between rivals. See the photos here.
While everyone was driving south out of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in middle of January, going back to work and heading back to school, Scott was driving north, into the heat. Read about his summer adventure.
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, famous for its predator viewing and diversity of smaller mammals and birdlife, has to be a photographer’s paradise.