The Nossob Riverbed in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park bisects the Botswana and South African portions of the park, lying between Twee-Rivieren and Unions End. It is a haven for predators that follow the wandering herds of game through this harsh environment.
Following heavy summer thunderstorms, large influxes of eagles and other raptors congregate along the riverbed with well over a thousand birds of prey of over 22 species occurring on occasion between Nossob and Twee-Rivieren camps. The availability of wilderness camps along this riverbed are also a strong draw-card for wildlife photographers.
1 of 7: Inquisitive Ground Squirrels in Nossob Camp.
2 of 7: Red-Neced Falcon.
3 of 7: Black-Backed Jackal hunting sandgrouse at Cubitjie Quap waterhole.
4 of 7: Juvenile Crimson-Breasted Shrike.
5 of 7: Dusk over the Nossob.
6 of 7: Frolicking Springbok lamb.
7 of 7: Namaqua Snadgrose approaching a waterhole to drink.