Reporting Date: 25.11.2012
Peter and his guest left the camp at seven in the morning to capture some game sighting before becoming hot when most game take refuge in bushes. Peter planned in away that he could at least capture the big five country.
In the morning they was lucky as they saw a leopard hunting but luck was not with it and missed an Impala by inches.The pick of the day was on their way back to the exit of the reserve when they spotted a black rhino at the middle of the savannah. Peters' guests wondered what would a black rhino do in the open? Peter explained the difference between the black and white rhinos and further told that black can be found in the open as they feed on herbs on top of the normal browse. As they got closer the rhino stopped browsing and gazed at their car as if to pose for credible shots.