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


Female Impala

Male Impala



Young Giraffe

Vervet Monkey

Vervet Monkey

Hippopotamus and Hinged Terrapin Tortoise


Male Impala

Samantha at Shingwedzi Restcamp

Tree Squirrel

Striped Skink Lizard

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