There was another heavy mist as we started out this morning. Originally we thought that we would track leopards, but first we stopped to photograph a Coqui Francolin posing on a termite mound.
We took lovely pictures of a giraffe in the mist ...
... and then on another termite mound we found a Yellow-billed Hornbill feeding on the termites in the mound. So we stopped again to enjoy the scene - and took our cameras out with almost every termite he snatched.
A large elephant herd arrived and we practiced panning shots as they moved across an open area and across the road.
This afternoon we returned to the hyena den. As we arrived the only visible pup disappeared into the den, but within minutes two adults arrived and seconds after that the two young pups came out hungry for a meal. Their mother suckled them and they spent the next hour either suckling or playing around the area.
We heard that there could be Wild Dogs not too far away, and we set out to try and see them.
On the way, however, we found a female leopard, Kwatile, and spent the remainder of the late afternoon and evening with her.
There was great excitement as a hyena wandered close to Kwatile, and we witnessed an angry standoff between the two. The hyena backed down and disappeared into the bush and we continued our photography with spotlights.
This evening everyone is comparing photographs and stories and speculating about tomorrow ...