Snapshot Serengeti Talk
Buffalo. Seems to be scratching on a fallen tree.
Elephant with possibly a, just visible, youngster resting.
Frame 2. On one of the branches on the left of the big tree there is what seems to be a bird.
Also one at right - probably one of the two seen at left.
Two white butterflies at left.
Buffalo? The body shape seems too stocky for wildebeest.
Looks like a wildebeest with possibly a second at left background.
These night shots can be rather confusing!
Thanks. I wondered why there was such a distance between the rear of the animal and the tail tip.
Cheetah with a large animal in front of the camera. Is that a tail tip in frame 3?
Top left. Yellow butterfly (?) or flower.
Top right. Faint white spot. Bug?
Wildebeest tail and the pesky fly. More wildebeest in the distance.
Grant's gazelle. Is that another in the left background or is it a Thompson's?
Black groin patch and white underside so probably impala.
Three(?) Thompson's gazelles and a hartebeest(?)
Frame 3, left. Butterfly?
Something on the skyline at right. Top of a vehicle?
Hartebeest? Can't decide if those are three flies or birds. Flies, I think.
Rather a mess, but possibly a guinea fowl bottom left.
Eland but I can't id the animal in the background.
Several Thompson's gazelles by the trees so I guess that the horn belongs to another Tommy.
Yellow butterfly in frame 1.
Two animals moving left of centre. Difficult to see. Baboons?
Looks like a giraffe under a tree left of centre.
Thanks. That was puzzling.
Frame 3. What is it? Bird?
Difficult to see but they seem to have large horns. This camera has previously shown many hartebeest so I'll go for that.
Moving vehicle right of centre
Extreme right: dik-dik? moving out of shot.
I mistook the garters for vegetation!
Two eland at right. Probably wildebeest in the background and possibly a zebra at left.
Several zebra with an eland.
I think that those are flies buzzing around the unknown animal at left (frame 3).
Nice image of a topi.
Clicked 1 but just noticed number 2 right of centre.
Frame 1. Small yellow bug, bottom right corner.
Looks like two black-and-white birds at left. Wildebeest at right.
Oops! Entered it twice. Another Grant's gazelle with that misleading side-stripe.
Tommy? Tail tuft at bottom left and rump stripe at top?
Thompson's gazelles with an ostrich moving in the distance.
Spherical object low-down in the tree at left. Nest?
Two giraffes, one zebra and something (eating?) under the tree at extreme left.
The dewlap had me puzzled.
Wildebeest(?) with at least two Thompson's gazelles in the background.
Frame 2. Quarter way up and well right of centre. Possible white butterfly.
Frame 3 at right below horizon. Possible white butterfly.
Several wildebeest. Four?
Looks like an ox-pecker on his back.
Rather hairy so I'll hazard a guess at wildebeest. Also, in frame 1, there's a fly near the bottom of the nose.
Thanks for the explanation. I thought that it might have been a strange camera effect.
I think it's a wildebeest but that tail looks rather strange.
Ah! I missed that bit of side-stripe.
Hippo, I think.
Same image as one which I commented about a few minutes ago. Same object at left.
White rectangular object at left. Structure? Two animals standing head-to-head or nose-to-tail?
Kori bustard (?) resting under the tree.
I spotted the bird at right but failed to spot the brown bird with its back to the camera below centre. It seems to be eating.
Thanks for that info.
Looks like a balloon.
Cow-like face. Buffalo?
White bird on the ground between the two buffalo at right in frame 2. Moves left from frame 1.
Animal moving at right. Small and not clear. Possible side-stripe. Thompson's Gazelle?
Rear view of spotted hyena?
It was the termite mound that fooled me.
Not very clear but looks like a hare.
Hartebeest. One or two animals resting at right just below the horizon.
Wildebeest but what is that eating to the left of the big tree? Small, white and appears to have a black rump.
Yellow butterfly at right in frame 3.
Athletic impala. What prompted that? Others at left seem unconcerned.
Frame 1, bottom right. Bug of some sort.
I spotted the grass head at lower left. The other grass head has an upward movement whicht fooled me.
Is that a bird moving just right of centre? Not a very clear image.
Correction: at right!
Grant's gazelles, despite the side-stripe.
What's the bright object at left? Large moth?
Bug of some sort moving at left.
Two mongoose at left. Something unknown at right. Several unknown animals in the distance.
Yes, I logged it as no animal.
Can't see it very well but, going by the colouring, I'll say it's an impala.
Is that a nest at left or is it just a bundle of vegetation?
I didn't do very well there.
I think that is a zebra hidden behind the tree at right
Impala, judging by the horns and the black mark at the top of the thigh.
Small butterfly moving at bottom right.
Bug at top left in 1&2. Possibly (faint) another or same in 3 at top right.
I've never seen a steenbok. Is this one?
Two Grant's gazelles with several animals right of centre. Zebra or wildebeest?
I mistook the leg for a trunk.
Failed to spot the dust.
White throat. Thompson's gazelle?
Didn't spot the gazelles. I was distracted by the bird.
Second elephant (ear visible?) at left?
Frame 3, one-third in from left, level with horizon. Something small and white. Possibly vegetation but I think butterfly.
Wildebeest. I think that there is a resting wildebeest behind this chap.
Sorry, forgot to mention the Thompson's gazelles.
Can't see the rump properly but I think it's a Grant's gazelle.
Something moving in the background. Car, I think.
It had me thinking for a while.
Back end of spotted hyena at right(?).
Frames 2 & 3. Black butterfly with white wing-tips. Bottom left of centre.
It does move in sync with the leg so you are probably correct.
In frame 2 the bird seems to have something in its beak.
Ear of second lion at left.
Thanks for that.
I find it difficult to distinguish between insect and distant bird. Sometimes the shape helps.
The young zebra seems intrigued by the wildebeest.
Frame 2; insect left of spike. What's that right of spike in frame 1? Same insect or distant bird?
Lighting can make quite a difference on some images.
I think it's a wildebeest despite the striped appearance.
I think that the blur at right is probably a moving insect.
Zebra and wildebeest seem to get along very well together.
Difficult to see. Spotted hyena?
Zebra eating and bird (other) resting in the tree. Can't id the animals left background. More zebra?
Thanks for explanation.
Wildebeest with four zebra(?) moving at left.
Three Thompson's but what is the dark object which appears just above the horizon at right in frame 3?
Tommy? Also one resting just visible at bottom left corner; an ear at right; possibly another (or vegetation) behind the neck.
Thanks for confirmation.
Large butterfly (or small bird?) at left.
Good shot of the characteristic markings of an impala.
It's lost a horn. The hump in opening frame (2) looks really strange.
Clicked no animals then spotted the zebra's rear end.
Two hartebeest. My second viewing of this image.
Possibly the rear end of a wildebeest.
Thompson's gazelle with an annoying fly.
Hairy throat. Wildebeest?
Something at centre. Zebra?
Nearly missed number two some distance beyond. Best in frame 3.
I thought that it might be a tree but the shape is rather odd. Perhaps we can see the tops but not the trunks.
Zebra. I can't make out the object on the left skyline.
Interesting. Thanks for that.
Thanks. They look like comets!
Moving car with wildebeest. Zebra just right of centre?
Baffled! Are they moving right-left or left-right.
Wildebeest rubbing noses.
I first thought that it was spotted hyena but then I decided that the head wasn't quite right so I went for lion.
Are those Tommies on the right horizon?
Impala? Can't see the rump markings or heel patches but the left horn looks like impala.
Thanks. Yes, I see what you mean about the dark patch.
Sorry. It's impala which have the groin patch.
It seems to have short fur and in the bottom left corner there is a black area, possibly the groin patch of a Thompson's gazelle?
Elephant. Tip of tusk visible.
ARGHH! I meant to click hartebeest. Careless.
It was the ear that persuaded me.
Bug walking on the uppermost grass leaf at right. Another (or distant bird) left and lower of this on frame 2.
Wildebeest under the tree and one resting at right.
Looks more like a flying bug than a bird.
Pretty sure that's a bushbuck.
Two Thompson's gazelles, I think.
Agree about the second bug.
Giraffe in front of a tree left of centre.
Two (?) guinea fowl at right. Bug of some sort on the grass at left.
Bat-eared foxes, I think.
Thompson's gazelle (and a fly) investigating the camera.
Interesting. Thanks for the info.
I hadn't realised that the kori bustard was so tall.
Kori bustard and a Thompson's gazelle (having a scratch) sharing the shade.
Frame 1, just right of centre, one-third up. White butterfly.
Back end of bird (other)?
Evil-looking spotted hyena. The eye-shine in the distance seems to be accompanied by zebra stripes, or is that my imagination?
Lots of flies but I can't place the animal. Looks like a large backside but apparently no tail.
Dik-dik? Can't make out the other animal.
These night shots can be confusing.
Is that a second Tommy appearing from behind the mound in frame 3?
Topi? What's that at left?
Zebra with wildebeest(?) at extreme right.
Thompson's? Guessing based on colours.
Guess at a wildebeest.
Zebra with unidentified flying objects.
Two insects in frame 2.
A couple of guinea fowl?
Hippo, judging by the hide.
OK. Is the light ridge along the spine of any significance?
Warthog, I think.
Two buffalo(?) behind that cloud. Insects?
Please remind me: should we record a slate as a human interacting?
Wildebeest with three warthogs at right. (Two adults and one juvenile.)
Dull-coloured butterfly, frame2, centre.
Giraffe at right?
Flying insect, frame 3.
Wildebeest having a scratch. Another eating just right of the big tree? Poor contrast.
Looks like a warthog.
Orange butterfly in frame 2.
I see it now. The red tinge of the far wing fooled me.
Glad that you agree.Trees in the background are a problem.
I think it's an impala, although I might be imagining the horns.
Two Tompson's with (frame 3) a bird(?) at bottom right.
Buffalo? Look rather stocky.
Missed the zebra.
Moth bottom left?
The side-stripe led me astray.
Thompson's with two butterflies, and possibly other animals in the distance behind the gazelle.
Doesn't look like a bird. Does it land on the grass in frame 3? Butterfly ?
I'm doing well tonight!
Hare? Big ears.
Dik-dik(?) moving quickly.
Tommies with three zebra(?) moving on the skyline at left.
Didn't spot that but the moving vegetation is sometimes confuses me.
White moving object in front of the tree. Butterfly? Can't make out the shape.
Too fast with the mouse button. Missed the four birds (other).
Frame 1, left. Butterfly?
Is that a hartebeest at right?
It certainly looks strange.
Frame 2. Zebra visible between the two wildebeest.
Can't see the ear tips but black tuft between the ears, the black patch at the top of the rear leg and the two-tone body say impala.
Strangely circular but possibly a bat.
Small white butterfly(?) right of centre in frame 2 moves right in frame 3.
Cicked too soon and missed the bird in frame 1.
Frame 1. Right of centre near the bottom. Black butterfly/moth.
Difficult to see but I think impala.
Big hare (and something in the tree).
Centre. Moving vehicle.
Thanks. First one that I've seen.
Moving vehicle(?) in the distance.
Raptor judging by the beak.
Flying insect at right. Thought it was vegetation but too much movement in last frame, I think.
Is that a bird on the neck of the nearer giraffe?
Bottom, just right of centre. Looks like a bird's wing.
On the horizon at right. Wildebeest?
Frame 3 certainly is superb.
Thanks for ident.
Thompson's behind the bush. Bird (other), dark-coloured, moving on the ground in front of the bush.
Nice images of butterfly.
Oh! Thanks for the correction. I can't see the resting animal clearly on my screen and can't make out the mane.
Didn't realise that they scent-marked. Thanks for info.
Dik-dik, but what is it doing? Seems to be rubbing on something.
Male lion at left(?) with resting female.
Zebra or wildebeest?
Spotted hyena. Nice image.
Thanks. Strange effect.
What are these? Apparently spherical and moving upwards.
Two animals moving at left. Zebra?
I almost missed them.
Two giraffes behind the trees at right.
Odd. Spider's silk?
Moving vehicle at centre.
Nests at left.
Are those elephants?
Insect flying from grass at right.
Any ideas about the mound?
Unusual formation of small clouds.
Bottom RH corner. Looks like a bird moving. Nothing else moving there so not moving vegetation, I think.
Foiled by vegetation again!
It's rather close to the ground or has the branch broken?
Zebra with several more in the distance. Possibly a wildebeest in the distance right of the tree.
Two Thompson's gazelles, but the two animals at left look too big to be Tommies.
Wldebeest, but what is that black object in the bush? Looks like a nest
Moving vehicle at right.
Not much detail but the ear-tips look black. Impala?
Thanks. Wasn't too sure.
Dik-dik? Something white moving left to right in the bush to the right of the animal. Frames 1 & 2.
Insect top left, frame 2.
Buffalo? with a couple of insects.
Is that a second elephant at left? Difficult to see.
Moving vehicle, centre?
Small white butterfly/moth moving in frames 2 &3.
Thompson's right of centre.
Butterfly in frame 3
Back end of hartebeest in frame 1?
Sometimes difficult to distinguish between nearby insect and distance bird. That's fooled me several times!
Butterfly frame 1. In frame 3 two objects in sky at left and one object ( hard to see) just above horizon at right. Butterflies or birds?
Secretary bird, I think, but is that another in frame 1?
Nice photo of a spotted hyena.
Thanks. I was doubtful about the circular shape.
Thanks for the info.
Multi-coloured elephant calf.
Possibly an insect right of centre.
Neck area, some grey/white hair at left. Wildebeest?
Clicked on no animals and then saw something faint and unidentifiable left of centre. Hyena?
The object at bottom right appears to be hairy and I think that I can see spots. Hyena?
Just inboard of the second tree from right. Wildebeest?
I thought that the "ears" were rather small.
Warthogs centre and at right. Warthog's head at left.
Bottom of screen. Not much to go on. Warthog?
My display's poor definition strikes again.
Two dark shapes at right. Possible stripes. Zebra?
Is that a horn at bottom left?
I see what you mean.
Topi(?) at right with three(?) Thompson's gazelles at left.
Four impala, not three. Missed the horn at right.
I forgot about the dorsal crest of the eland. I was uncertain about the shape of the horn.
Second thoughts. Eland?
Should the oxpecker be logged as interacting or as feeding?
Two wildebeest but what's that moving at the right?
I mistook the black spot forward of the rear leg and the rump black stripe as a pair of black ear tips!
Thanks for the confirmation.
Looks like two impala in the foreground with several others near the trees.
Buffalo or wildebeest? The back-end of the animal at left looks too chunky for a wildebeest.
It had that look about it!
Impala with three of four unidentified animals in the (right) distance.
An insect of some sort flying at left.
I was hoping that was the case.
Thanks for the correction. Missing the youngster was careless.
I can't see black patches but isn't that a topi?
Thanks. I was fooled by the tree. I've just spotted the difficult-to-see second giraffe.
Giraffe at right. Is that another in the centre? Looks rather small.
What's that at top left?
Thompson's? Difficult to make them out.
Thanks. I'm glad that I got that correct.
Is that an elephant's ear?
One pair of impala horns visible. Can't say if any more there.
Eland right and centre, I think. Don't know about the animals at left. Possibly another eland half out of shot.
Looks like a black patch, right hind leg.Possibly imagination but I think there's a swept-back horn. Topi?
Thanks. I wasn't doubting Mariksu - just interested in the meteorology.
Thanks. Does this area experience mist?
Eland, I think.
Smoke or mist?
Spotted hyena? Looks rather slinky.
Zebra. Eland resting and eating? (Judging by the horns.)
Several Thompson's under the trees at right.
I need a better display.
Between second and third trees from right. Small with faint possibility of side-stripe. Thompson's?
Impala? Looks like a black ear-tip.
That's something else to remember!
Thanks for that confirmation/advice.
Re maricksu's suggestion. Zebra's mane, perhaps.
Warthog. Is that a waterbuck (white rump) over to the left?
Tip of a zorrila's tail?
Should we log flies? (I did.)
Buffalo? Lots of flies at rest.
Thompson's at right? Difficult to discern.
Topi in the background. Can we assume another in front of the camera?
Yes, possibly three. Just spotted something in the background.
Buffalo? Its head seems to be hidden. Perhaps behind another buffalo?
Yes, thanks. I must remember that effect.
Wildebeest. Zebra in the background?
The bull seems to have been enjoying a wallow.
Two bats in formation.
Refresh my memory, please. Do we ignore vehicles or log as one human? White object at left - tent?
Three animals under the two big tress at left. Zebra?
Eland? I think I see black patches on front legs.
Wild guess - wildebeest.
Buffalo? Bird (other) right of centre.
Yes. Just one impala. I mistakenly thought that the horns and the ears were on separate animals.
Obvious once it's been pointed out! Thanks.
Top right. Might be a bird but doubtful. Light reflecting from foliage?
Stick over shoulder. Cattle nearby?
Two, possibly three, giraffes eating from trees. Difficult to see. Two impala (?) in foreground.
Several animals under the trees. Zebra?
Thanks for that. I could have sworn that I could see a nose and two eyes!
Bottom left . Looks like a zebra (tail and part of leg).
Something dog-like at centre foreground.
Difficult to see dark animals in the gloom!
Impala. Black heel patch visible.
Buffalo but not sure how many. Bat or owl at right?
Can't see any black patches but the animal in the distance looks like a topi.
I was going by the shape. Thanks.
Three animals at right. Poor definition. Impala?
Spotted hyena? Has that slinky attitude.
Can't see any black markings but I think topi.
Warthog with unidentified animal left of centre. Not enough contrast.
Difficult against that background.
Several Thompson's under the trees right of centre?
Wildebeest? Possible mane at right.
Zebra with a couple of unidentified animals beyond the zebra at right.
Warthog,or just something in the grass?
One wildebeest, left background. Half-a-dozen zebra. Two buffalo. Don't usually see buffalo close to other animals.
One youngish zebra and several impala (?) in the background.
Several small animals under the trees. Thompson's?
Thanks. That dark face misled me.
Animal at right. Wildebeest? Seems to have a black muzzle but it looks rather too stocky.
Thought that was a mark on the photo but it's a flight of birds (other).
Two. Spotted the backside at right too late.
Forgot to click fire. I assume that the birds are catching small beasties escaping the fire.
Cunningly disguised giraffe behind the big tree, centre?
Far right under the tree. Topi or hartebeest?
Thanks. I have a rather poor definition display. Can't even see a tail!
Two small somethings. Hares?
Not sure if smoke or optical effect. Logged as fire.
Glad I'm not alone!
Not much to go on. Warthog?
Topi and something unidentified in front of the two large trees at left.
Closed too soon. Back end of a zebra just visible at left.
Shapes on the horizon are always dodgy!
Just spotted another beyond the obvious one.
Thought so. Thanks.
Two Thompson's. Possibly a third just left of the nearer animal.
OK. I'll ignore it in future.
The orange thing again.
Clicked the button too soon and omitted the giraffe.
Thanks. I can't make out the pattern, which would have been decisive, and I don't have any way of enhancing images.
I thought a spotted hyena with odd-looking legs and tail but, looking again, is it a giraffe with its head well down?
Having looked at the example photos I tend to agree. It's a much neater mane than that of a wildebeest.
Terrible photo, but a warthog I think. possibly another behind it.
Zebra in the distance, left. Wildebeest (?) in foreground.
Is that an animal on the ground at right?
Impala.(They all appear to have a black patch at top of rear leg where it joins the abdomen.)
Thanks. Hadn't realised that.
No rump stripes and no heel patches visible but the blurry horns look rather impala-like.
Wildebeest, but what's the white bar at left?
How did I miss that?!
Six zebra but is that a wildebeest in the distance?
Impala's head at right.
Yes, I did mark it as fire.
Not sure if that's smoke or a dodgy photo. I'll go for smoke.
Zebra and one (two?) wildebeest, I think.
Many animals in the distance. Wild guess at wildebeest.
Very washed-out but and the rump stripe and what look like black ear tips suggest an impala.
It was the animal at right which suggested zebra to me.
Clicked too soon and missed the Thompson's at right.
Zebra? Some faint stripes there, I think.
Rather blurred. Spotted hyena?
I see the other(s) behind the tree now. More care needed!
Impala(?) under trees at left. Possibly two more under the large tree at right.
I don't recollect having seen buffalo in close proximity to other animals. Is this normal?
Something with striped appearance right of centre. Zebra or vegetation?
Thanks. Some of these photos are very difficult to interpret.
Impala, I think, but not sure how many.
White mark above tail. Grant's?
Just left of centre. Hartebeest?
Bird (other) right of centre?
Tail of number six at left.
Can't beat a good scratch!
Three not one. Too quick on the button!
Impala (black ear-tip) with wildebeest in the background?
It looks so out of place and rather unnatural.
Clicked the wrong button. Wildebeest not zebra!
Strange orange object at right.
Bat flying over the back-end of a buffalo, I think.
Nice close-up. What is it?
Wildebeest left of centre?
I think you are right about number three.
Zebra tail at right?
Poor image but four impala, I think.
Two topi and two calves?
Agreed. I was just about to re-comment having seen a duplicate image with better resolution.
Looks like a butterfly.
Blurry animal left of centre. Wild guess at impala.
Black spot far right, above the tree. Probably second bird.
Looks like a calf beside the wildebeest in the foreground.
Topi but can't be sure how many. Four?
Clicked wrong animal. Impala not Tommies. Senior moment!
Thanks. I missed the giraffe on the right. Image too blurred.
What's that in the background? Giraffe?
Clicked no animals but I think there might be three grazing just right of centre. Can't id them, though.
Impala? Black mark on rear leg.
Poor photo. Dark leg patches suggest topi. Possibly another far left.
I see what you mean about vegetation.
Poor photo but two eland. Possibly some animals top left.
Impala but poor photo. Three, I think.
Look over the zebra's right ear. Looks like something with its back to the camera.
Something unidentifiable beyond the zebra.
Right of centre, standing by a tree. Tommy? Bad definition but possibly a black side-stripe. Another resting behind a tree left of centre.
Thanks. I'm learning!
Guessing at hartebeest, but too small and poor definition to be sure.
What's that? The pattern looks like giraffe. Youngster?
Something unidentifiable near the tall tree at right.
A couple of impala but I don't know what the object at right is.
Clicked finish before registering zebra at right.
Looks like that stick construction again.
What's the stick construction?
I didn't do very well there!
Yes. I see the ears now. Thanks.
What's that on the right? Baboon?
Possibly bird (other) on a tree branch. About a third of the way in from the left.
Ah! I thought that I could see black markings on the legs. Perhaps it was just shadow.
What's the animal at right? Doesn't look like a calf.
Butterfly, frame 2.
Several animals (impala?) in the trees.
Two birds (other) in bottom right corner.
Secretary bird's tail? Just noticed the animal left of centre. Tommy?
Many unidentified animals in the distance.
Giraffe top left corner? Bird (other)? on tree in right foreground. Something moving in trees well left of centre.
White butterfly (?) on tree at right.
Butterfly moving in vegetation just right of centre.
Yes, I'd forgotten about the size of a Tommy.
Zebra at left?
Front left leg of a Tommy?
Difficult to see but looks like three small striped animals. Mongoose?
Vehicle with sun-shade but no idea about the black object (left) in frame 1.
Something moving at right. Appears in frame 2.
Didn't log the white butterfly.
Bird (other) black and white moving in trees at right.
Bird in 2 and 3.
Balloon at tree level, left.
Am I imaging it or can I see just the tip of the mane of the rear zebra?
It certainly is weird.
Can't id the animals in the background.
The zebra on the left looks strange.
Missed the colour change. Thanks.
Isn't that a Grants despite the side marking?
Too much glare. Animals moving in right background. Zebra?
Insect of some sort at left. (Can't enhance image.)
Bug or spot of dirt? Guessing bug.
Thanks. Quite spectacular.
Missed two more in background.
Insect on stem left of centre above horizon. Second in grass at 8-o'-clock from first. Third appears at 11-o'-clock from No 1 in frame 3.
Female lion's leg as she rolls on her back? (Bottom left)
Tommy? just right of centre.
What bird is this?
Buffalo judging by tail and stocky legs.
I thought that I saw stripes. Must be vegetation.
One lying down in front of the second from left zebra?
One warthog, two vehicles and several unidentified animals in the distance.
Scared off by camera noise?
Buffalo? (plus umpteen flies)
Possibly two insects moving in the bush. One at right; one centre.
Not very clear. Spotted hyena at right?
A few small animals in left distance. Tommys? I think that I see side stripes.
Not sure about this. Doesn't look like a bird. Insect of some sort?
Bird on nearest buffalo.
Several Thompson's in the background so this is probably another.
Is that a male reedbuck?
Unidentified animals left distance.
Ostrich, I think.
I've classified the roller as moving. OK?
Hadn't noticed the grey behind those branches and twigs.
Behind the fallen tree branch. Impala?
Clicked finish too soon so didn't log Guinea fowl at right.
Moving white object just right of centre. Large bird?
White butterfly, frame 3, left of centre, mid-height.
Guinea fowl bottom left corner?
Two small butterflies, bottom right.
I think that I logged the wildebeest.
Out of focus bird, I think.
Too much glare. Kori bustard?
Giraffe in the distance left of the big tree.
Tommys at right?
Yes, at that distance I think you are right.
Thanks. Wasn't aware of hunting-wasps.
Difficult to see. Hyena?
Frame 1. Bird flying just left of the low tree left of centre.
Bird on the back of the nearer zebra.
Frame 2. Dragonfly?
Wildebeest bottom right?
Frame 3. Butterfly?
Insects at top right.
Clicked too soon. Missed the bird top right.
Thanks. I understand your comment about the spacing. Didn't think of that.
There's something small and brown alongside the zebra at right which appears to be eating. Wild guess at warthog. Would they be together?
I've done this a few minutes ago. It's returned.
Too blurred to be sure. That animal looks too stocky to be a wildebeest. Buffalo?
To the right of the trees at right. Tommy lying down ?
Impala? Middle between the trees. I think I see horns.
I think that the object at bottom right is vegetation.
Is the vertical tail indicative of anything?
Orange-tip butterfly Frame 1. Midway between middle and right side.
Back end of a spotted hyena at left?
Too blurred to be sure. Warthog?
Zebra at left.
Is that an impala under the tree?
Clicked no animals but then saw something at right. Can't identify it though.
Missed the wildebeest at right edge.
White butterfly moving right to left on right of frame.
Rather hairy. Guessing spotted hyena.
Black insect moving at 3-o'-clock just below horizon about halfway to middle of image.
Eland? There seems to be black marks on the front legs and a suspicion of a dewlap.
White butterfly moving right to left at approx mid-height of image.
Serval? Can't see it very well.
Can't identify the animals on the skyline.
Buffalo? The flying object looks like a fly close to the lens.
Aardvark, I think.
Butterfly at 9-o'-clock. Frame 2. Moves down into vegetation.
Or crouching with her eyes on the animals in the distance?
Can't count the people on there.
Three baboons? Female at left with youngster on her back?
Two zebra, I think
Clicked no animals present in error
Two butterflies, frame 3.
Frame 3. White butterfly at about 4-o'-clock.
The baboon at right seems to have a youngster on its back.
Frame 1. White butterfly/moth about five-o'-clock.
Missed the animal at right. Buffalo?
Is that a second baboon on the tree?
Butterfly at right.
Oops. Managed somehow to include two humans with the eland.
Topi? Can't see the dark patches. Guessing from the shape of the horns.
Moth managing three wing beats in the duration of the flash?
Bird in tree right of centre. Unidentified animal moving on the skyline right of centre.
Rather hefty for wildebeeste so I'm guessing eland.
What are the two vertical lines?
That's my guess.
Something splashing in the water.
What appears to be an ear of another lion appears above the rump in images 2 and 3.
Looking at it again I have to agree that it has a feathery look.
Large bird at left. Can't identify it against that background.
Thanks. I had done that but decided to check.
Hippo's head at right, I think.
Four birds on the back of the wildebeest on the left. Should I Iog these as standing, resting or interacting?
Orange-tip butterfly moving, bottom right, frame 1.
Young elephant at left. Not sure if one or two adults.Too much glare.
What is that black animal?
Looks like a giraffe's shadow at left.
One, possibly two, warthogs lying down (left) and an unidentified ear moving bottom left.
On second thoughts, is that the lion's tail in frame 1?
Lion eating something?
Yes, I did that.
Could be a bird perched on the lower right branch of the tree right of centre.
I must remember to check before and after photos.
Is that a dead Tommy at centre? I think that I see a horn.
Impala (?) at right.
Bird on big tree.
Butterfly moving at about 8-o'-clock. Hard to spot against vegetation.
Frame 1. Butterfly/moth at 9-'o-clock.
One off screen to left and to right.
Flying insect(?) left of centre.
Thanks, but would it have been standing, resting or interacting?
Frame 3. White butterfly (?) at 8-o'-clock.
Oh! But if it had been a bird how should it have been classified?
Is that bird in frame 1 resting, standing or interacting? I never know how to classify birds on animals.
Bird perched on that dead-looking tree.
Orange-tip white butterfly at 8-o'-clock.
Missed one. Three not two.
I think that I can see horns.
Is that a guinea fowl just left of the tree?
Butterfly moving just left of centre.
There's an ear at bottom left. I'll hazard a wild guess at a Tommy.
Dragonfly or similar. There's possibly a bird in the distance below it.
What's that in frame 1? Insect close to camera?
Tommy(?) eating in front of tree at extreme right.
Insect flying up to right from 4-o'-clock.
Dragonfly (?), centre, image two.
Butterfly (?) moving bottom right.
Butterfly (?) moving lower right.
Flying insect (?) 10-'o-clock.
White butterfly flitting around the patch of vegetation at 8-o'-clock.
Missed the one resting behind the bush.
Frame 3. Bird in distance to right of vegetation.
Small bird moving off the tree.
Dark one is In the grass.
Two, I think. Dark one below the yellow on frames 1 & 2.
Two baboons moving right of centre? Right-hand one just visible.
Lizard on tree.
Tommy at left just below the horizon? Bird flying above it.
Something airborne on frame 1. Insect of some sort?
Something small & black, middle, halfway between horizon and bottom. Something beige/white below horizon one-fifth from left.
White butterfly bottom right?
Secretary bird sitting on camera?
Saw the animal at right but couldn't identify it.
Fly? Frames 2 & 3.
Under the prominent tree on the far right horizon - is that a Grant's?
Yes, you're probably right.
White butterfly (?) starts at right-hand tree and moves right.
White butterfly, centre, image 2?
Is that a twister at left on the horizon?
Three not two. Missed the ear at right.
Bird flying in the distance left of centre.
Yes. Tommy it is. Thanks.
Bird in grass to right of tree?
Bird moving in tree, just left of centre.
Butterfly. Frame 1, left of centre.
Something small moving in vegetation right of centre.
Wildebeest? Out of focus.
Lots of flies and an unknown animal.
Insect close up or bird in distance? Image 3.
Out of focus. Guessing at wildebeest.
How should we classify this sort of behaviour?
Out of focus. Elephants?
Forgot to log the two birds on the buffalo.
Missed the animal under the tall tree.
Wing on right. What bird?
Something moving behind the nearest zebra.
What's that to the right of the tree?
Bird lands in front of second from right. Frame 3.
A bug on the moving vegetation.
Is that a youngster on the ground?
Something moving in the bushes left of centre.
What's the moving white object in the tree?
Looks like a bit of a second elephant at bottom right.
I think that's another zebra, centre distance.
Calf in grass behind the WB at right?
Saw the gazelle but couldn't identify it.
What's the object on the right above the vegetation?
Shadow of second at right.
Looks as if someone is about to have a surprise.
What's the UFO?
Is that an ear at the right of frame 3?
Bird left of centre behind the tree?
Three giraffes, left of centre, distance.
Giraffe left of centre.
Possibly a bird standing behind the clump of grass at bottom left.
What's happening here?
Fire encroaching on camera.
Secretary bird carrying nesting material
Forgot the zebra.
Buffalo? Looks too beefy to be a wildebeest.
Something moving, middle distance.
Something at right, frame 3.
Thanks. Missed those legs.
Bird's head at left. Vulture?
Two plus shadow.
Climbing insect at right.
Close insect or distant bird?
Rather pointy ear at right. Hartebeest?
Camera blocked by vegetation.
Carrying nesting material.
Clicked "Nothing here" but then noticed what looks like an elephants tusk at upper right.
What's that moving to the left of the antelope? Looks like a pair of disembodied horns. Might be vegetation but it does look odd.
Something under the tree at left. Zebra?
Human fiddling with camera?
Perching bird right of centre.
Possibly a few Wildebeest at right.
I think that I see a nose above the tail. (Under the Collect button.)
Ox-pecker at right? If a bird is on an animal is it classed as interacting?
Two birds at right. Unidentified animals in the distance.
Vegetation, I think. Not zebras.
Missed the third in the background.
Plus several unidentified animals in the distance.
Ah! Yes. Got it now. Thanks.
Any advance on a worm from "Prometheus"?
Strange wispy object.
A second at bottom right?
Possibly two more in the distance.
Something unidentifiable moving in the distance.
In a hurry.
Oops! Clicked the wrong button. It's a cheetah.
Camera obscured by vegetation.
Camera obstructed by vegetation.
Jackal, moving, centre?
Elephant's trunk at right?
Didn't spot the head at right in time. Thompson's?
Lizard moving on the log, I think.
Part of second just visible on frame 1, right?
Giraffe behind tall tree, right.
Smoke triggering camera.
Calf's nose at right?
What's the white object?
Two youngsters in the grass.
I got it wrong. It's a baboon. Mother off-screen to the left.
What's that at right of image?
It's something spotted.
Is that a bird on the zebra's back?
Delete jackals. Wrong click!
Eland? Image 3.
Isn't that a youngster's tail visible under the two adults?
Is that a bird on its back, or is it a shadow?
Forget the last entry. Counted one eland twice.
Bird on camera?
Thanks. It looks to the non-expert rather like another bird .
What on earth is this?
Zebra legs at extreme right.
Guinea Fowl but too much glare to count accurately.
How did I miss that?
Third at right in distance.
Aardvark? Guessing from shape of ears and its build.
Looks like an elephant's leg at right.
Possibly another hippo at right edge.
Something in the grass, right. Don't think it's a zebra.
Eland? Guessing from the shape of the horn.
Missed the giraffe in the distance.
Giraffe far right, bird front left.
Can't id the animals in the distance.
Thanks. I thought that it was a honey badger but the colour puzzled me.
What's the brown animal? The example info doesn't mention brown honey badgers.
Zebra moving at left?
Clicked too soon. Four there.
Clicked before marking the hare.
Something small moving in front of the big tree, left of centre. Rodent?
Yes, It does look like a rock at right. (Warthog at left.)
I think it's part of the tree. Zoom in and you can get a better view. (Ctrl and scroll)
Poor image. Not sure of number.
What is the large black object at right?
Lots of unidentified in distance.
Missed those under the trees.
Left background. Eland?
What's that just right of centre?
Nice collection of flies.
Missed the giraffe in the background.
Wildebeest horn at right in frame 1.
Missed the second zebra in the background.
Is that a warthog or a calf moving, centre? Too far from adult to be a calf, perhaps?
Thought that was a fly (frame 2) but, on second thoughts, it's a bird (other).
There seems to be a bird on its back when magnified.
Something small moving , centre. Calf?
Camera partially obstructed.
The two moving animals in the background don't look like warthogs. Baboons?
I see now. Thanks.
Camera obstructed. Just guessed number.
What's the large grey object, centre?
Can't id the black object behind the third from left eland.
Second balloon at left?
Bird on back of second from left.
Small white bird, bottom right.
Something unidentifiable at left.
I think it is.
Three not two
What's the large black object under the tree?
Zebra behind the tree, left?
Tail at left. Probably another zebra.
Thompson's at right?
Might be more zebra in distance but image is not good.
One on camera and one on tree.
Bottom right, moving. Small bird or large bird's head?
Secretary bird, centre? Poor image.
Yellow butterfly, frame 2, top right?
Vervet monkey's shadow in left foreground. Does that count?
Going by the rumps I'm guessing Grant's despite the black side stripes. Am I right?
More in the distance but how many?
What happened next?
Elephant's tusk, top right?
Can't id the animals on the skyline.
I'll guess at a hartebeest's nose.
Superb starling, I think.
Too much glare for a good id.
What's that? Insect trail?
Can't id the two animals in the background.
Baboon's head just right of centre?
What's the dark object in the shade, right of centre?
Two not one.
Spotted hyena at right?
Two giraffe tails?
Dragonfly in 1.
Youngster just visible between 2 an 3 from left.
Judging by the number of flies, I think that it's a buffalo.
Well camouflaged bird or moving vegetation at centre?
Missed something at right.
Missed the bird (other) on the bush.
What are the animals in the trees?
I think two lions. One at right in deep shade.
Can't identify the distant animals.
Looks like an ostrich beyond the tommy at left.
Looks like a youngster this side of the elephant at centre.
Looks like the shadow of the Guinea Fowl which is just visible in the corner of the image.
Missed the others in the background.
What is under the large tree, right?
White bird at right. Takes off and flies left.
Kori Bustard at left?
Large bird on tree, right?
Too much glare to be able to count properly.
Checking-out the camera.
Guinea fowl, bottom right.
Warthog but can't identify the animals in the distance.
A bit of aggression at left.
Bird's tail, I think
Giraffe's head, left?
Should be three not two.
Something brown in the background..
Giraffe's nose at right in frame 3?
Missed those in the background.
I think so. Is that a second one slightly to the right or is it moving vegetation?
Can't identify the object on the skyline.
Hartebeest in the distance?
Oops. Missed the zebra (two?) at right.
Small bird, bottom right?
I'm inclined towards the Superb Starling.
Can't identify the small animal backing away, bottom centre.
Something in its mouth.
Missed something unidentifiable at right.
What's the strange black thing at right?
Oops! Missed the two behind the one investigating the camera.
Insect. No insects on list so how should we log them, or should we ignore them?
Bird on ground, left.
Bird on rock, left.
No idea what this is.
Bird perched on camera?
Small white object right of centre moves to left then upwards.
Missed the two flying birds, right.
Camera knocked over.
Bird taking off from rock, on right?
What's that at left?
Out of focus or condensation(?) on lens.
Damaged left forehoof.
Buffalo with flies?
Out of focus.
White butterfly at left?
Missed the zebras in the distance.
Can't identify the animals in the distance.
What's the animal just right of centre?
Missed the bird.
Bird moving on the ground, centre.
Double keyed it.
Forgot the zebras.
Buffalo? Back end looks rather hefty for a wildebeest.
Possibly something in the crook of the tree, right.
Tan-coloured animal in the trees.
Don't know if those in the background are also impala.
Two antelope-like animals resting.
Impala's ear, right?
Zebra, Frame 1, left.
Is that a bird or a tuft of hair on its shoulder?
Frame 3. Just to the right of the RH zebra. What is it?
Long-beaked bird in tree, right.
Elephant's tusk at left?
Uncountable mix of zebra and wildebeest in the distance.
Bird at right.
Missed the lion at right.
Elephant at right.
Ox-pecker or similar on the standing buffalo's rear leg.
Horned animal at left. Too dark to identify it.
Can't decide if the moving objects are birds or flies.
It's that camera again.
Bird left of tree. Flies to the tree.
Buffalo's nose, I think.
The obstructed camera.
Bird right of centre, near the pool.
The obstructed camera again.
Perching bird, lower right?
I thought at first that was a nose - but it's green.
Looks like a bird on his back.
Two lions just below skyline?
Something small and brown moving at middle right. Hare?
Something with long horns at right. Gazelle? Also an unidentifiable nose at right in frame 3.
Is that a cheetah or an optical illusion in the foreground?
What's the black mark on the back of the zebra at left?
There's a third animal off left. Guessing zebra but might be wildebeest.
Three, but lots of eye-shine in the background.
Impala. Can just see the black patch when the right rear leg moves.
That looks too regular to be an animal.
Several hartebeest in the distance?
Grass needs cutting.
Insect on lens?
Bird, frame 1.
Not sure about the animals in the background.
More unidentifiable animals beyond the ear.
I think that's a bird on the bush.
Three animals on the sky line. Can't identify.
Impala from shape of horn?
Something right of centre in background.
Bird left of left tree, frame 2.
Bird in tree?
Carrying prey but I can't identify the prey.
Hartebeest in the background?
Back end of a wildebeest calf, left?
Something in the centre seems to fly from centre (frame 1) to land on vegetation (frame 2). Still there with wings folded in frame 3.
There's a zebra just right of the eland, in the bushes.
Is this a spotted hyena? It looks rather hairy.
Bird in left-hand tree.
Looks like a bird in the left-hand tree. Possibly another flying lower down but might be tip of vegetation near camera.
Zebra's nose at right What's the bright line?
Unidentifiable animals in background.
Rear view of a civet?
Frame1, bushy-ended tail at right. Wlldebeest?
Over the back of the right-hand female, halfway along her back, about half an inch up.
I think that the far creature is another gazelle far away. The other creature is rather meercat-like. Seems to be on a burrow mound.
Either nothing there or something too close to the camera.
Probably more than two but not sure.
Three birds, frame 1, right?
Bird on tree, centre.
I think that's a zebra in the background.
Reedbuck? The vegetation in front of it is confusing.
Large bulk at right , plus eye-shine. Wildebeest?
Young wildebeest, I think.
White butterfly moving, right foreground?
Just a guess.Hardly visible on my screen.Also, is that a nose and ear at bottom left?
Two unidentfiable white objects at right.
One lives and one learns!
Butterfly, frame 2. No option in list.
Large bird behind RH zebra.
Something blocking camera.
Bird, frame 2, centre. Something unidentifiable at right, frame 1.
Bird seems to be leaving tree, extreme right.
Wildebeest at left but what is the other? Hartebeest?
Bird centre of frame 1.
Bird on rock. Bird above tree, left.
Didn't spot the leg at right.
Possibly some wildebeest in the middle distance.
Bird lunching on buffalo's nose.
Bird's head bottom left.
Looks like three animals lying down behind the giraffe on the right.
Camera pointing at sky.
Wild guess - zebras. Too far away. Wish there was an "Impossible to identify" option.
Guessing Thompson's from appearance of tail and rump.
Strange effect. Condensation on lens?
Hare, bottom right.
Just guessing they are Wildebeest.
What happened to the zebra's neck or is that an optical illusion?
Just guessing at Wildebeest in the distance.
Bird's head bottom left?
Something moving in the bush, right.
What is it doing?
Missed the calf.
Not sure if the spots are birds in the distance or flies nearby.
Bang slap in the middle behind the branch. A large animal with a curved horn- possibly a wildebeest.
A brown and white zebra?
The animal on the right seems too hairy to be a female.
Large bird on tree at right.
I think that the eyelashes, left, belong to a zebra.
Guessing at hyena. Black tail with white tip.
Is that two youngsters trying to suckle?
Two zebra behind the vegetation at right?
Bad image. Can't see any beards so possibly buffalo.
Forgot to mention the Wildebeest.
Looks as if all those flies are annoying it.
Four birds in the distance or four flies?
There's one in the tree.
The black spots seem to be flies.
That looks like the shadow of a giraffe's head.
Seems to be scratching on the tree.
What happened here?
Frame 2. Something perching on grass, right, below the tatty tree.
Bird in tree.
Something rubbing against the tree. Zebra?
Something moving by the trees.
Impossible (for me) to identify this.
Several insects flying?
Was just about to say the same.
I thought that several birds were flying just above the horizon but it's really moving grass heads.
Small bird near centre of frame 3?
Think that should be jackal not bat-eared fox.
One of the two on the right seems to be having a good scratch.
Bird on left tree?
Lands on the big tree.
Something in line with the tall tree, left.
I hope the youngster is just resting.
Looks like a young buffalo with a bad skin condition.
There's a waggling ear at the bottom of the frame.
I think the two objects at right are just light effects.
Is that a bird on its back?
Two animals lying down but can't identify them.
One broken horn and one wonky horn.
Bird on 2 and 3. Going right to left.
Are more birds over to the right?
Looks like a white bird right of centre.
Frame 2: bird?
Frame: butterfly at right?
Something at left. Not a zebra.
What's the object near the centre?
Clicked wrong animal. Should be Wildebeest.
Birds, insects or muck on the lens?
Insect on 3?
Just guessing that the tail belongs to another hartebeest
Insect on 1 and 3?
Can't see the bird properly due to glare.
Can't decide if rocks or other hyenas at left.
Frame 3 shows zebra, left.
Clicked Finish before identing two Birds (other).
I think buffalo. Look too stocky to be wildebeest and that nose on the right looks buffalo-like.
Two seem to be licking the rock. Salts?
Are the black-tipped ears diagnostic?
Just guessing on bulk and colour - Hartebeest.
Looks like a bird on the zebra's back.
Warthog investigating the camera?
Guessing that it's a Wildebeest. Very hairy and the shadow of a curved horn.
Fireflies or similar?
Small bird on bush.
Two small Guinea Fowl bottom left?
Two birds ? Bottom left and on right.
Three Grant's (?) gazelles well camouflaged.
Bird on the big tree?
Birds on the zebra's back.
Elephant? Looks big enough.
Can't see horns so they must be more-or-less straight. I'll guess at Hartebeest although the colour is odd possibly due to light conditions.
Missed the Vervet monkey, centre.
Nose and eyes of hippo at left.
Something at left with big ears. Reed Buck?
Left of centre.
Zebra's head poking out from behind Wildebeest.
Roof of vehicle visible at left.
Looks like a lion's ear and a stripy object (zebra?).
I'm guessing a Hartebeest from the shape of the jaw.
Two zebra (I think) under the big tree.
Birds or dirt on the lens?
Possibly a giraffe behind the tree, centre of photo.
There's something in the tree but I haven't a clue what it is.
What's the strange rounded object to the right?
Looks like black spots above the heels. No horns. Female Impala?
Some eye-shine but can't say what.animal.
Can't distinguish the animals in the background.
Smoke in distance.
Zebra's nose just visible at left.
Bushy white-tailed mongoose?
Three not one.
Both horns deformed
Nearest has deformed horn.
How do I mark as Bird (other)? Doesn't match any of the three shown.