On our Botswana safari, the next day we moved to another part of Chobe National Park, the Serondella area. Compared to the Savuti Channel, the Serondella area is closer to the Chobe River, with more elephants.
Yet another African fish eagle. We like fish eagles, which are similar to the American bald eagle.
Dwarf mongooses sunning themselves in the morning.
In the still waters of the early morning, the reflection of a tree with yellow-billed storks.
We visited a site with drawing of African animals, where our guide told us about the native San people and some of their customs.
A black-backed jackal approaching a large, bleached bone as big as the jackal.
The bushbuck is a mediums-sized antelope with sharp horns.
In the afternoon we saw the Chobe River. A grey heron and sacred ibis.
The Chobe River is quite wide. Below, an elephant feeding on water plants.
The river provides water and supports much wildlife.
The cape buffalo has never been domesticated and kills or gores over 200 people a year. This cape buffalo looks quite stern. We quickly moved on.
Baboons are cute and fun to watch, especially the babies. Babies can hang on for a ride below or sit on top.
We encountered this elephant at sunset and kept rolling back to camp. This elephant approached us as we drove by, which is unusual.