Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 14


These are my last photos that I took in the Kruger National Park as we were heading out. We stopped for petrol (gas), snacks, and the restrooms. There were lots of butterflies in constant motion around the flowering aloes. The last photo is of a strange tree with green fruit growing from its bark instead of its branches. I hope you enjoyed this series! Next week I'll have something else to share.

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 13


Most of today's photos were taken on our last early morning game drive at Pafuri before leaving the Kruger National Park. We experienced some of the nicest bird sightings that morning and I managed to capture a few good shots. I've included captions to help explain them.

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African Harrier-Hawk and
African Hawk-Eagle



Nyala

Nyala

Nyala

Male Nyala

Samantha and Hutch

Southern Ground Hornbill

Southern Ground Hornbill


History of the Makuleke People and the
Makuleke Royal Family



Jeremiah, Jessica, and Amanda



White-fronted Bee Eater

White-fronted Bee Eater

Lilac-breasted Roller



Cape Glossy Starling

Cape Glossy Starling

Can you spot the crocodile?

Handmade animal bags at the Pafuri gift shop

Zebra crossing the road.
Goodbye Pafuri!


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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 12


We went on another late afternoon game drive that ended with sun-downers at the Limpopo River, which divides Zimbabwe and South Africa. We were visiting the northern most section of the Kruger National Park and guests at Pafuri Camp, South Africa. Hutch, the game ranger assigned to us during our stay, did an outstanding job.

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Robbie and Amanda

Jessica


Zimbabwe in the distance

Lilac-breasted Roller

African Buffalo

African Buffalo



Stuck in the sand


Samantha and Amanda looking at
Water Monitor tracks

Butterfly

Walking the Limpopo River



Samantha and Amanda Playing

Family Photo

Grandparents, Grandkids, and Hutch, Our Ranger 



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