New Ongava Research Centre...

Our new research facility will be opening in April 2019, we’ll update the website soon with more information.

We have left our previous blog online below if you’d like to have a look at some of the amazing camera trap images from the past 3 years.

Ongava Research Centre Blog...

2016- Week 49
- (Added 20. Nov. 2016 - 11:00)

I mentioned previously how some of the larger eagles are quite happy to occupy a space at the waterhole regardless of the number of other animals. This African hawk eagle sat in the water for more than 40 minutes while various other species milled around. He or she even allowed gemsbok (known for their intolerance of others at water) to approach within a meter or so. African hawk eagles are especially ‘sticky’, tawny eagles to a lesser extent, while Verraux’s eagles will fly away if any mammal gets within about 5 meters. 

2016- Week 48
- (Added 13. Nov. 2016 - 11:00)

Marks for artistic impression? Yes, this is a camera trap shot :-)

2016- Week 47
- (Added 6. Nov. 2016 - 11:00)

We all know about the postures that giraffe have to use to be able to get their heads low enough to be able to drink. However, many other species adopt postures that look quite ungainly and seem poorly suited to making a quick getaway… What is fascinating about this image is that both the kori bustard and the common duiker are kneeling in order to drink, but their knees bend in opposite directions!

2016- Week 46
- (Added 30. Oct. 2016 - 11:00)

Some species really don’t like sharing waterholes…

2016- Week 45
- (Added 23. Oct. 2016 - 10:00)

I never cease to be amazed at the heights that some of these antelope achieve when fleeing…

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