elephants sleeping after a feast of wild mango fruit in the courtyard of Mfuwe Lodge, Zambia
by Ian Salisbury who runs the Bush Camp Company
The Bushcamp Company operates six intimate and exclusive bush camps in one of the last un-spoilt wilderness areas in Africa – Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park.
You will be guaranteed unrivalled wildlife in the park where the African walking safari was pioneered.
Visit website for inquiries.
Cheeky leopard cub testing his exhausted mother’s patience at Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
by Ken & Michelle Dyball
They operate Pure Nature Safaris, an intimate photographic safari company in Kenya’s Masai Mara specializing in small, tailor made safaris
A group of African wild dogs attempt to tease a huge rhino, who is obviously not intimidated.
by Pierre Mouton, The Field Guide at Simbambili Game Lodge
Follow his page to keep up with his wild adventures at Pierre Mouton Out N Wild
A gorgeous cheetah strikes a pose in Masai Mara, Kenya
by Penny Robartes – a new addition to the Wild Eye team.
For forthcoming photosafaris with Wild Eye, check out their website here
Mombo’s Mathatha Pride take down a lone buffalo after three hours of stalking.
by Ed Hetherington Photography
This graphic image made the final round of the 2013 BBC/London Museum of Natural History Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition and was also part of a portfolio that was runner up for the 2013 Travel Photographer of the Year Award
Lioness relaxing near Paraa Safari Lodge photographed en route The Delta area of the White Nile in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda
by Corne Schalkwyk
Head of Marketing and Sales at Marasa Africa and General Manager at Premier Safaris, a leading specialist in tailor-made safari holidays to destinations all over East Africa.
An award winning image of a greater blue eared starling at Leopards Hill, kruger South Africa
by Anthony Goldman
Playful Baby Elephant, Tarangire River, Tanzania
First Swim !!
This Tiger cub, is orphaned and has been rescued by the marvelous people at Tiger Canyons, a conservation project in Free State, South Africa. The only place in the world where the Tiger is actually being saved,
Him and his sister will live their lives out in freedom in the wild!!!!
by Ken Watkins Photography
One of the musketeers of of the Marsh Pride, having a whale of a good time with is girlfriend, Masai Mara, Kenya
by Richard Broadley Photography