A charming image of an adult female cheetah with her offspring in the Masai Mara, Kenya
by Andy & Sarah Skinner.
The husband and wife team have spent the past 10 years travelling the world together to remote locations as they photograph wild animals in their most intimate moments.
They are hosting another tour to Kenya in Feb 2015 with Jackson Looseyia, one of Africa’s finest field guides and former presenter of BBC’s Big Cat Live. The are a couple of spots left, so if you are interested, do contact their Facebook page or http://www.wildlifetrails.co.uk
All children can be a bit of a handful at times and these young cheetahs are no different as their boisterous antics left mum ducking for cover. Captured leap frogging high into the air, the surprised mother cheetah was forced to move out of the way after the pairs play fight became a little too rough. After watching her offspring from a distance, the mother-of-two decided to approach the pair to put and end to their rough and tumble. But instead of calming them down, the cheetah ended up strolling into the middle of the mischief, forcing her to leap out of the way.
Picture: Andrew Schoeman/Caters
Spartacus a dominant male lion watching over his territory in Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
Kidepo is the remotest wildlife reserve located in the northern part of the country and it has the most diverse landscape and wildlife.
by Burrard Lucas Photography
Elephants at Sunrise, Eastern Cape, South Africa
by Alex Laurs
Baby Mountain Gorilla, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda by Sam Clark.
She is currently taking bookings for her upcoming Ugandan photographic tour in July 2015. Join her and experience some of the ‘magic’ for yourself.
For a full itinerary, email her at;
Sam Clark Photography
Fish Seeking Missile!
A kingfisher makes the most of the chance to catch fish before winter closes in. Diving into the river at speeds of up to 70-miles-per-hour the fish this magnificent native-British bird feeds on do not stand a chance. Local postie and amateur wildlife photographer Rob Cross from Bideford in North Devon has spent hundreds of hours observing this much-loved bird from the banks of the River Torridge.
Picture: Media Drum/Rob Cross
Meals on wheels for a lion in Makololo, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
by Paula French
Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia
by Paul Brehem