for identifying that yellow bug for me, I could not for the life of me remember what it was called, as I read about it here on the forum in someone else's TR, and I was too lazy to go and try and find it again. That "birdless" bath was a bit eerie, as you said, seldom there are no birds to be found. Thanks for commenting, appreciate that
Simply stunning noel your flower and bug pics are beautiful
Hey Sheenaugh-Lee- Thanks so much for taking the time to comment, I appreciate it.
Great TR, noel.
The reason is that you have included the beautiful and colourful flowers and the goggatjies. When in Kruger, it is not just about the Big ones but also the small creatures as well.
Wonder where the baboons is going to..
.love the angle of the shot
Looking at the view of the cars going over the bridge...makes me want to leave now for Kruger
Thanks Kaapsedraai, Appreciate your kind comments
. The Baboon was actually on the lookout for a more dominant male, it was a bit nervous. And I like all creatures-mosquitoes excluded. They are not insecets-they'r pests
Thank yo so much Trrp-Trrrrr, appreciate your comments. That causeway makes even me a bit sickly. Barberton Daisies
Hi Sharifa, thanks you so much for taking the time to comment, I appreciate it
. Headless fish eagles onlt appear in overcast conditions. Very rare sighting. Hope you get to see that 2nd inflatable sac-so special to see it. I was a bit shocked when I saw it at first, and thought the bird was sick, with a hole in the neck, enabling it to inflate the sac via the back hole
That was until I read Roberts.
Noel - you got some special birdies again. The Violet-backed Starling is a big one on my wishlist...
Also love the baboon going spiderman...
I do hope you get to see that Violet backed Starling (is that the new name these days?). Thanks for commenting Bushbuddies, appreciated