African Pygmy-kingfisher

Posted on 28th February 2016 by Nick Fox

Bird Watching Birding Kingfishers

The tiny size and the purple cheek of an African Pygmy-kingfisher are the easiest forms of identification. This gorgeously vibrant little bird is actually insectivorous as seen here eating a locust. It is the smallest of the Kingfishers in our region. Read More »



Bushbuck

Posted on 30th January 2016 by Carol Fox

African Safari Fun Facts

The very sharp horns render the Bushbuck very dangerous when wounded. The Bushbuck is a close relative of the Kudu and the Nyala. The rams are very elegant in appearance, sporting dark greyish-brown fur, with white spots on the flanks and prominent white socks. Read More »






Pied Kingfisher

Posted on 31st October 2015 by Nick Fox

Bird Watching Birding Sibuya Game Reserve

One of the most common kingfishers in the world, occurring in the middle east, southern Asia to China, Egypt and Africa south of the Sahel. In southern Africa, it is common in many areas, including South Africa, northern Botswana and Zimbabwe. It can live at any water body, as long as there are small fish, such as streams, rivers, lakes, temporary pans, estuaries, temporarily flooded areas and rocky coasts. Read More »



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