Posts Tagged "Pilanesberg birds"

Giraffe chewing bone

Giraffe chewing on a bone!

Have you ever seen a giraffe chewing on a bone? This is something often seen while on Game drive in the Pilanesberg National Park. While out and about in the Reserve one might see a Giraffe sucking on something, often with saliva streaming from...Read More
Some green vegetation and great sightings

Some green vegetation and great sightings after a little rain

We Have had our first bit of rain which has helped turn everything green again, we are hoping for a lot more soon to help fill up the dams. In the meantime we have started seeing the odd baby Springbok...Read More

Pilanesberg Birds – 3

Sometimes we all concentrate on the big things so much that we forget about a whole another kingdom that is out there … The bird kingdom. Orange-breasted bushshrike (Telophorus sulfureopectus) A very striking colorful bird that is often heard more...Read More

Pilanesberg Birds – 2

Hamerkop It gets its name from the shape of its head. They build very large nests usually in the fork of a tree. They walk in shallow water looking for prey which consists of amphibians, fish, shrimp, insects and rodents. White-fronted...Read More
Pilanesberg Bird Watching

Pilanesberg Bird Watching – 1

Sometimes we all concentrate on the big things so much that we forget about a whole other kingdom that is out there … The bird kingdom. In these posts we would like to share Pilanesberg Bird Watching with you. Lilac-Breasted...Read More
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