Birds of a feather

We’re participating in the online adventure travel and photography magazine LetsBeWild.com‘s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers. This week’s challenge is “Birds of a feather” and we’re submitting a collection of photographs of some of the more than one hundred bird species we’ve identified over the last five days that we’ve been spending here in the Kruger National Park.

Blue Waxbill

Blue Waxbill

Pied wagtail

Pied wagtail

Hooded (left) and Lappet-faced (right) Vultures

Hooded (left) and Lappet-faced (right) Vultures

Tawny Eagle

Tawny Eagle

Wire-tailed Swallow

Wire-tailed Swallow

Lilac-breasted Roller

Lilac-breasted Roller

Pearl-spotted owlet

Pearl-spotted owlet

White-crowned Lapwing

White-crowned Lapwing

Yellow-billed Hornbill

Yellow-billed Hornbill

Hamerkop

Hamerkop

Helmeted Guineafowl

Helmeted Guineafowl

Ground Hornbill

Ground Hornbill

Black Flycatcher

Black Flycatcher

Fish Eagle

Fish Eagle

Kori Bustard

Kori Bustard

White-fronted Bee-eater

White-fronted Bee-eater

Bateleur

Bateleur

 

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13 thoughts on “Birds of a feather

  1. Pingback: Kruger National Park, April 2013 | de Wets Wild

  2. cvheerden

    Well done for spotting and knowing so many bird species. You guys should watch the movie The Big Year, you will enjoy it!

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