Not 100% certain of ID, but yellow eye and head ruff (field guide says that brown snake-eagles have an "unusually large head") point me to this species.
Question: where do olive baboons stop and yellow baboons begin? Does hybridization occur?
Three choices of savannah tsetse:
Glossina austeni (Newstead, 1912)
Glossina pallidipes (Austen, 1903)
Glossina swynnertoni (Austen, 1923)
The ox antelope.
Has a juvenile "look."
Male with chicks.
Leopard resting in the crook of a Kigelia (sausage tree).
Signs of herbivory.
I believe these are two young bateleurs on the ground.
The bulbous growths, called domatia, shelter ants--of which some species form a mutualistic relationship and defend the plant from herbivores.
Reddish color is from soil.