Info: Live web corn streaming African wildlife at a waterhole in Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa. Herds of Elephant are frequent visitors along with a variety of wildlife including giraffe, warthogs and zebra. Various antelope species roam the reserve, including impala, springbok, kudu, waterbuck, wilderbeest, eland, blesbok, nyala and sable.
In the dry season between May and September, the vegetation is sparse and wildlife congregates around watering holes. During the wet season from October to April, the vegetation is dense and wildlife is more dispersed.
Madikwe is the fourth largest game reserve in South Africa and lies on the Botswana border and the fringes of the Kalahari desert. It has a varied landscape of open plains, rugged cliffs and kopjes between the Marico River and Dwarsberg mountain range.