I was looking forward to check up on my cameras this morning. I managed to leave them alone for most of last week and I was hoping for some nice pictures.
I moved the Moultrie camera last time because I wasn't getting any pictures in the area it was in, and I'm very pleased with the results from the new location!
This picture was taken on 26 November 2009 at 11:36 AM. Caracals are mostly nocturnal, but they are also sometimes active during the day. This one was out and about during the heat of the day. This picture shows its eyes nicely. The Caracal is the top predator on Table Mountain and this one seems to be in a very good condition.
Some other visitors to the same area were an Olive Thrush and a Lemon Dove.
Olive Thrush (Olyflyster)Lemon Dove (Kaneelduifie)