This Yellow-billed Hornbill decided to share my breakfast.
Another first for me.
A Southern White-crowned Shrike.
A European Roller...
They are currently starting to arrive to
enjoy our Southern Hemisphere summer
A Lilac-breasted Roller.
The national bird of Botswana.
It used to be called the Grey Lourie.
It has been renamed the Grey Go-away bird.
If this was me, I would be really upset.
A couple of Francolin settling down for the night
A Blacksmiths Lapwing on a nest
A Common Sandpiper patrolling the rocks.
One of my favourites...
A Pied Kingfisher.
In "dive" mode...
A summer visitor to this reserve...
A Little Bee-eater.
Okay, you got me...
This is neither bird nor mammal...
But what looks like a derelict piece from a movie or TV series
is actually a working toilet.
Just a pity that it can be seen from the road...
A Cape Glossy Starling surveying the horizon
No feathers but airborne
There was an emergency within the park while we were there,
and this chopper responded.
An Arrow-marked Babbler that I found watching me in camp
A good "spot" by my wife...
A Southern Red-billed Hornbill
My wife trying to fly...