In Welgevonden, a private preserve in the highveld bush of northern South Africa, there is a pretty good variety of buck, or antelope as North Americans call them.
Impala are plentiful. They are a favorite prey of big cats.
Because of their food value, impala are called "the McDonalds of Africa."
Klipspringers are small, quick, skittish buck that are hard to spot and photograph. Klipspringers mate for life. This pair was kind enough to sit for a fast portrait before bounding away.
Kudu are a common enough large buck in Africa that they are harvested for steak.
The males have beautiful twisted horns, but on eight game drives, I never got a clear enough
Waterbuck are another large buck. Males have horns.