Mammals

Bontebok

Bontebok

Bontebok spoor Bontebok unfortunately can no longer be seen grazing at the reserve. They have been re-located to another reserve because of their dietary needs.
Cape hare

Cape hare

  The Cape Hare is a solitary, nocturnal animal. It is a quiet animal, but makes a soft grunt and stamps its hind feet when alarmed. The female is slightly larger than the male.
Common Duiker

Common Duiker

Common Duiker spoor The Common Duiker is a solitary, nocturnal animal. The name “Duiker” (Afrikaans for “Diver”) derives from its habit of plunging into and concealing itself in thick vegetation. The female is slightly larger than the male and lacks horns.
Porcupine

Porcupine

Porcupine spoor The Porcupine is nocturnal, and usually only traces of its presence are found. Quills and freshly-dug holes can often be seen on the paths.
Genet

Genet

Genet spoor The Genet is also nocturnal but has been spotted in the late afternoons. It may be seen in trees or on the ground. Its diet consists of rodents, reptiles, insects, birds, frogs and fruit.
Small Grey Mongoose

Small Grey Mongoose

Small Grey Mongoose spoor The Small Grey Mongoose is a solitary, diurnal animal. It is uniformly grey with a bushy tail. When alarmed it makes a short, harsh rattling growl.