Explore Zimbabwe, Wildlife and more!

A Yellow Billed Stork. Zambezi River, Zimbabwe

A Yellow Billed Stork. Zambezi River, Zimbabwe

Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia  - officially classified as extinct on June 27 2013

Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia - officially classified as extinct on June 27 2013

The white fronted bee-eater nests in colonies in holes dug into the banks of the Zambezi River. They are abundant during the spring months and are easy to identify due to their striking beauty and low flying swooping flights. This does not make it any easier to photograph them, as they are constantly on the move looking for insects to prey on.  http://www.themeffect.com/2015/09/22/the-zambezi-river-wild-and-beautiful/

Remo A Pollastri on

The white fronted bee-eater nests in colonies in holes dug into the banks of the Zambezi River. They are abundant during the spring months and are easy to identify due to their striking beauty and low flying swooping flights. This does not make it any easier to photograph them, as they are constantly on the move looking for insects to prey on. http://www.themeffect.com/2015/09/22/the-zambezi-river-wild-and-beautiful/

Birds of Southern Africa - Burchell’s Coucal

Birds of Southern Africa - Burchell’s Coucal

Lonely Buffalo - Chewore, Zambezi River.

Lonely Buffalo - Chewore, Zambezi River.

Palm Nut Vulture.... A rare sight. Honde Valley, Zimbabwe

Palm Nut Vulture.... A rare sight. Honde Valley, Zimbabwe

KENYA - Part 1 - Levels-birder

KENYA - Part 1 - Levels-birder

KENYA - Part 1 - Levels-birder

KENYA - Part 1 - Levels-birder

KENYA - Part 1 - Levels-birder

KENYA - Part 1 - Levels-birder

Pinterest
Search