The varied habitats of the Royal Natal National Park provides excellent habitat for a wide range of bird species. We’ve already introduced you to the rare Bush Blackcap, which is often recorded in the reserve, and the Lesser Striped Swallows that shared our accommodation unit, but there’s so many other feathered inhabitants in the Park that we can dedicate a whole blogpost just to them – in fact, this gallery contains just a few of the more than 60 species we ticked during our December visit!
Southern Masked Weaver
Southern Masked Weaver attacking his own reflection
Male Greater Double-collared Sunbird
Female Greater Double-collared Sunbird visiting a Common Sugarbush
Male Violet-backed Starling
Female Violet-backed Starling
African Dusky Flycatcher