Etosha weekend – Sunday morning

Sunday morning. Up 05:20 for an early breakfast, ready to go as soon as the gates open. From inside we heard the Lions roar. I wanted to meet them again!

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But I saw no Lions this morning. Instead I came to this big black Rhino.Etosha_0504_008 - Copy

And Zebras, a mother and child…Etosha_0504_010 - Copy

…someone who had a tough morning experience…Etosha_0504_012 - Copy

…galloping Zebras…

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…and fighting Zebras…Etosha_0504_020 - Copy

…that kept on fighting for a long time.Etosha_0504_022 - Copy

Blue Wildebeest…Etosha_0504_024 - Copy

…a pretty couple of Blackbacked Jackals…Etosha_0504_025 - Copy

…less pretty Vultures…Etosha_0504_027 - Copy

…Blue Wildebeest and Springbok…Etosha_0504_029 - Copy

…and a Kudu family. Mother, teenager son and a young daughter?


And a tree! Or do you see more?


It was very far away but I was still happy to finally see a Leopard in Etosha.Etosha_0504_036

A trio of Blue Wildebeest…

…and a Blackfaced Impala really showing off his beauty – from nose to tail!


And a human taking a break halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni on the Etosha Lookout point where you get a fantastic view over the huge Salt Pan.

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