|Red-Necked Spurfowl (Rooikeelfisant - Pternistes afer) getting up close and personal|
With my bad luck at getting proper Genet photographs I'm happy to have gotten some decent enough photographs of them towards the end of the camera trapping session.
|Large-Spotted Genet (Grootkolmuskeljaatkat - Genetta tigrina) taking a sniff|
|Keeping his eye on the prize|
I was surprised to get this photograph of a Large-Spotted Genet during the day. But, as usual, it is from behind...
|This daytime camera trap photograph of a Large-Spotted Genet was a surprise|
This is the first time in over 35 camera trap observations that I've photographed one active during the day (4:37pm to be precise). The rest were all at night, with the exception of two observations that were during the early hours of the morning.
|Blue Duiker (Blouduiker - Cephalophus monticola) looking at a path that leads towards a clearing in the forest|
That is it from the Woody Cape, for now. I still have a lot of things I would like to do at the Woody Cape, so I'll be back for sure.