I've only manage to photograph them in one section of the nature reserve (near the pond). I'm sure there must be more of them and I'm hoping to find them when I start focusing a bit more on other areas in the reserve.
The Cape Francolin and Helmeted Guineafowl try their best to keep my camera trapping in check and make sure that everything is "legal". They make their presence felt by trying to be on as many photos as possible at as many different locations as they can manage in as little time as possible each day while spending as much time as possible at each camera.
I try to think of them as my most loyal subjects :)