Charl de Villiers

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FEEDING DAY! #volunteer #at #modisa Photo by: Annika Funke

New kid on the block. Photograph by Felix Reinders Photography.

Chris Perrett

Fred von Winckelmann

This very sad image was sent to me by Franck Bruneliere from Grandeur Nature Safaris. This wild dog puppy was killed by a vehicle around 8 o clock yesterday morning approximately 40 km west of Kongola on the tar road running through Bwabwata National Park. Once again this is a grim reminder that motor vehicles, especially trucks are the biggest cause of mortality of this endangered species. Sadly, this is preventable if only drivers would reduce their driving speed, particularly in protected areas. Thank you Franck for sharing this photo.

Barbara Culp Starr

Just back from northern Botswana, spent quality time with three different wild dog packs, including these Linyanti pack youngsters at play. I will be back in Botswana with Eyes on Africa again in April next year, read more here: Image captured using Canon EF 70-300 f4/5.6 L IS and Canon 1Dmk4. Shutter speed 1/3200sec at f5.6, Iso 800

Wild dog resting after a huge meal.

As these five young African Wild dog puppies picked up those big ears of their I knew I had something special... #Canon 5Dmk3 Canon 400 2.8 IS L 1/400, f5.6, ISO 640 Captured at Singita Sabi Sand. #wildeyesa #singita #marlondutoit #safari

Investec Property supports the Endangered Wildlife Trust and the Carnivore Conservation Programme. Check out these amazing facts around the African Wild Dog!

Be Inspired By: Airborne From taking flight to jumping over water, from jumping off logs to launching up in the air, there are times when most of our wildlife feels the freedom of not having the earth touch their feet. Wild Eye Ambassador Marlon du Toit Photography says: "African Wild dogs can be one of the most difficult animals to photograph on the move. As these dogs hunted through a burnt section I knew I would be able to capture the movement best by slowing things down. The colours of the dog blends perfectly with its burnt surroundings..." #wildlifephotos #beinspiredby #photography

Elsa Smith

Fred von Winckelmann

Francesco Gugliecchio

Elsa Smith

Wild dog on Madikwe after a good meal. Image not as sharp as I would have liked it but worth sharing.

Two wild dog pups running around playing with the left-overs of their latest meal...I sincerely hope i have a summer filled with these amazing animals!

This wild dog agrees, Sunday mornings are meant for sleeping in - Photo by Keith Connelly Photographics

Lin Barrie

“Puddle Playtime” The heavy overnight rains didn’t deter the painted dogs at all, in fact to the contrary! The puddles created perfect play pools for the pack and their hunting duties were put aside for a while.

Elsa Smith

Francesco Gugliecchio

Wild dog lifting his head and sniffing the air. Just love opportunities like this to spend time with these incredible animals and with nice angles and backgrounds to photograph at...what more can you ask for!

Pita_Hide and seek: The Pita pups out and about! Can you spot the unsuspecting pup about to be snuck up on by the one in the foreground peering mischievously around the tree?

Dodging Drops. This African Wild Dog decided it didnt want to sit in the rain and walked around scouting for a place of refuge. Camera: Nikon D800 Glass: Nikkor 70-300mm