So who's burrow is this? As far as I can tell the owner is a Cape Gerbil. There where one (sometimes two) Cape Gerbils in 60% (30) of the video clips and were seen using the entrance frequently.
So who else uses the burrow? The second most frequent visitor was a Four-Striped Grass Mouse. It seems to use the burrow as a quick escape from predators and was seen in 26% (13) of the video clips.
You might have noticed that the two main users of the burrow are active during different times of the day/night. However, there are some visitors that don't keep to such orderly arrangements. The Vlei Rat visited the area mostly at night, but also showed his face in the neighbourhood during the day and was present in 12% (6) of the videos.
With all these rodents around, surely there has to be somebody willing to reduce their numbers? And indeed there are, many. I moved the camera to a different (close by) burrow and switched to photo-mode last week. A Caracal graced us with it's presence while looking for a mouthful-o-mice.
Naturally death doesn't only come from the ground, but it can also come from the air. I was walking up a hill recently when a Rock Kestrel flew past me carrying a mouse it just caught. It landed on some concrete nearby to have a peaceful meal.