Disappearing into South Africa's wild places… Again!
Bird-watching in Kruger (May and June 2019)
With over 500 species recorded, the Kruger National Park deserves its reputation as one of South Africa’s finest bird-watching destinations through and through. We’ve already shown you the cute little Spurfowl chicks that strutted all over the Park during our visits in May and June this year, but there was so much more feathered variety to point our lenses at that it surely deserves a dedicated post!
This first gallery of images were taken in the south of the Park on my solo trip to Pretoriuskop and Skukuza – all in all I ticked 110 species in the 4 days I spent south of the Sabie River.
Goliath Heron with its catch
Fulvous Whistling Duck “ducks” as two Water Thick-knees come in to land at Transport Dam
African Hawk Eagle
Brown Snake Eagle
Cape Glossy Starling
Cape Turtle Dove
Egyptian Geese flying low over Lake Panic
African Fish Eagle
Greater Blue-eared Starling
Grey Go-away Bird
African Pied Wagtail
Green, or Red-billed, Wood Hoopoe
Saddle-billed Stork with nestlings
African Spoonbill (with a Sacred Ibis just behind)