Trapeze

Trapeze

Weavers are named for their intricately woven nests. The nests come in various sizes and shapes, with different materials used to build the nests. From the giant nests of the sociable weavers, housing up to 500 weavers in a single nest, to the untidy communal nest of the buffalo-weaver, to the elaborately woven nest of the masked weavers, each species has an individual structure to its nest. The most intricate nests are built by the males and he will build many nests before the female will accept the nest and breed.
Info sourced from https://southafrica.co.za/weaver-birds.html
Photo capture date & Location: 2017-10 Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre

Pier

Pier

Photo capture date & Location: 2014-10 Kalk Bay

Rest

Rest

Blesbok in South Africa can be found throughout the country and are bred extensively on private game farms as their meat is sought after by local hunters. They originally occurred in a large area in the central part of South Africa, highveld plains and other grass veld plains in colder climates. Nowadays due to extensive game farming, selling, breeding, reselling, and resettling of these antelope, they are widely distributed, even occurring in the bushveld which is not their natural habitat. There are no Blesbok in the Kruger National Park but they can be found in some of the other national parks.
Info sourced from https://www.wildlifesouthafrica.com/blog/mammals-of-south-africa/blesbok-fact-file
Photo capture date & Location: 2017-11 Rietvlei Nature Reserve