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This Kori Bustard put on a show for us south of Shingwedzi Rest Camp.
After the previous nights rain, the morning at Shimuwini was cool and windy. A large flock of Arrow-mark Babblers made their way through the camp, squawking to make their presence known.
This was the only close view we had of a Yellow-billed Oxpecker on our visit to Kruger, as it was hitching a ride on a Zebra as it walked past our car.
A nice view of a White-backed Vulture.
A flock of Marabou Stork were visiting the hide at Punda Maria on a wet morning.
We were doing the early morning loop at Mahonie and enjoyed nice views of this Red-backed Shrike.
The light was low and there was some rain the morning we left Punda Maria, but the birds were posing for us as they were trying to dry out.
A nice view of a Hamerkop on the Crocodile River in Kruger National Park.
We were fortunate to find this Trumpeter Hornbill feeding its young near Crook's Corner in Kruger National Park. It was regurgitating fruits and gently passing them to either the female or young in the nest cavity.
It was a hot day and the hippos were staying nice and cool in the Luvuvhu River.