The following list is one of animals that reside on Harnas permanently and one could expect to see most of them on one's visit. Some animals are wild or free roaming and are only spotted occasionally, some are domestic and roam in and around the lodge and farm house and some animals are in some form of enclosure. To sort them as such would be difficult though, as a lot of the animals on Harnas will pass through all of these categories at one time or the other.
The Harnas family, staff and volunteers add to this list as more species are spotted or arrive on the farm and are in the process of creating a more complete list including birds, reptiles and amphibians. Guests are also welcome to add to this list by reporting their sightings at the Harnas office.
Lion - Leopard - Cheetah - Caracal - African wild dog - Black-backed jackal - Brown hyena - Bat-eared fox - Impala - Duiker - Springbok - Kudu - Eland - Blue wildebeest - Black wildebeest - Gemsbok - Steenbok - Blesbok - Burchell's zebra - Aardvark - African hedgehog - Porcupine - Banded mongoose - Meerkat - Giraffe - Warthog - Chacma baboon - Vervet monkey - Spring hare - Scrub hare - Ground squirrel -
Dog - Cat - Horse - Cattle - Sheep - Goat - Potbelly pig
Ostrich - Francolin - Helmeted guineafowl - Duck - Goose - Yellow-billed hornbill - African Hoopoe - Lilac-breasted roller - Bee-eater - Rosy-faced lovebird - Go-away bird - Spotted eagle-owl - Nightjar - Cape turtle dove - Spotted thick-knee - Blacksmith lapwing - Cape vulture - Tawny eagle - Martial eagle - Yellow-billed kite - Little egret - Fork-tailed drone - Crimson-breasted shrike - Cape crow - Glossy starling - Southern masked weaver -
Leopard tortoise - African python - Boomslang - Cape cobra - Puff adder - Rock monitor - Crocodile -
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