Springbok at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia. July 2007.
Hartebeest in Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. Hartebeest are closely related to topi-tsessebe and wildebeest. June 2005.
Wildebeest (formerly known as gnu) in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania. They are commonly seen with zebras and are famed for their annual migrations. June 2005.
Oryx, also known as gemsbok, at the Okaukuejo waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia. July 2007.
A pair of topi, also known as tsessebe, in the Alamana area of the Serengeti, Tanzania. June 2005.
A group of Thomson's gazelles in the Alamana area of the Tanzania Serengeti. Their markings are similar to the springbok of southern Africa. June 2005.
Disagreement over girlfriends between two springboks at Okaukuejo Waterhole, Etosha National Park, Namibia. July 2007.
The Dikdik is the smallest antelope, weighing 8-16 pounds. Serengeti, Tanzania. June 2005.
An eland, one of the largest antelopes. Chikwenya area near Mana Pools, Zimbabwe. August 1999.
The steenbok is one of the smaller antelopes, weighing 20 to 30 pounds. Near Stanley's Camp, Botswana. September 2008.
A lechwe in the Okavango Delta of Botswana. September 2008.
A waterbuck is one of the larger and longer-haired antelopes with a distinctive white circle on its rear quarters. Near the Zambezi River in Zambia. September 2008.
The male kudu's horns are long and curved. Both male and female are hunch-backed with white stripes and ears that can be independently rotated from one another. Etosha National Park, Namibia. July 2007.
The impala is one of the most common antelope in southern Africa, and one of the most beautiful. This one was photographed in the Kwando Lagoon area of Botswana in September 2008.
A Black-Faced Impala in Etosha National Park in Namibia. July 2007.
Two sable antelope near Kwando Lagoon in Botswana. September 2008.