This female Lechwe was looking intently at us from the water soaked island in the Chobe River.
This male Lechwe decided it was time to get up after his afternoon nap and go and look for something to eat along the Chobe River.
A small group of Lechwe rams looking for females on an island in the Chobe River.
Alarmed, this Lechwe ram races off to put some distance between him and us on an island in the Chobe River.
When the Chobe River subsides after June each year, large islands are left in the middle of the river. These islands attract vast numbers of mammals and birds. This Lechwe bull is looking straight at us on the boat and is unfazed by the herd of buffalo slowing grazing its way towards him.