These are bachelor males, which form a sub-heard of individuals 4 to 7 years of age. During the dry season they are a bachelor herd, but rejoin the females for the duration of the wet season to mate and protect the calves. Adult males "play and spar".
No "boss" or shield on her head and a reddish coat, not to mention the presence of the calf, makes these cape buffaloes the core female herd.
The Southern Ground Hornbill, lives in in a family group, needs savannah and is the largest of the ground hornbills. The bright red patches of bare flesh are thought to protect the bird's eyes from insects as it forages. The landscape of the Chobe savannah is variable and fascinating. Elephants and termites are responsible for a lot of it's features.