Another sighting on Thursday was of three Grey Rhebok (Pelea capreolus). My mother spotted them first and pointed them out to me. A rare sight, they are always a joy to see—the most delightful of antelopes! I suspect it was a male (left) and female (right) with their calf (centre). Having had their fill of observing us, they darted across the hilltop, the white undersides of their tails on display.