Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 6


We saw giraffe, zebra, elephant, and
nyala in the Kruger National Park
on our drive north to Pafuri.

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Giraffe and Zebra

Zebras

Elephants at the watering hole

Elephants drinking

Elephants

See how close the elephants are in relation to the vehicle?

Elephants

The baobab tree on Baobab Hill

Sign explaining Baobab Hill

Pafuri Border Post and Camp sign

Bridge to our camp

Nyala at the river below

Nyala


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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 5


We saw a wide variety of wildlife while crossing the Shingwedzi River. It was a special experience seeing so many animals and birds in such a short space of time. We then continued our drive north of the Kruger National Park where we saw more elephants and buffalo through the mopane trees.

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The Shingwedzi River

Crocodile

Woolly-necked Storks

Woolly-necked Storks and an Impala

Female Impala and a Male Nyala

Waterbuck

Baboon

Elephant

Elephant

Starling

Buffalo

Bufallo

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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 4


We saw such a wide variety of wildlife on our slow five-hour drive north from Mopani Camp toward Pafuri in the Kruger National Park that I am sharing photos of that drive in parts. These photos were taken as we headed to a pit-stop at the Shingwedzi Restcamp. I also included a couple of pics taken at Shingwedzi.

I have added the names of the birds, animals and reptiles in the captions. Our favorite bird was definitely the Lilac-breasted Roller with all of its brightly colored feathers. We spotted them often enough that we started calling them LBR's.

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Lilac-breasted Roller

Lilac-breasted Roller

Cape Glossy Starling and Tsessebe

Cape Glossy Starling

Hamerkop (the shape of this bird's head
is like a hammer)

Three-banded Plover

Elephants

Female Impala

Male Impala

Giraffe

Giraffe

Young Giraffe

Vervet Monkey

Vervet Monkey

Hippopotamus and Hinged Terrapin Tortoise

Crocodile

Male Impala

Samantha at Shingwedzi Restcamp

Tree Squirrel

Striped Skink Lizard


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