Carol g wrote:
Glad you found all those spies, and on your anniversary too, and I agree that James Bond has to have a son, and now you've seen him
Thanks for sharing
Thank you - the best 10 years of my life!
And nice to have found the spies too...
Meandering Mouse wrote:
Really enjoyed snuffing out those spies...
Congrats on providing proof and disproving the myths
Myth - BUSTED!
Well I don't know what to say
Finfoot, that has to be extremely rare, Greater Flamingo and Saddle bill with Junior
amazing sightings, very well done
Have some more
Ooh - some more doughnuts! Just what a detective needs to keep her awake on the job!
Back in the bus
Wonderful sightings all around Bushbuddies
Awesome leppie sightings
Love the African Finfoot, Greater Flamingo and daddy and son saddle-billed Stork
Found it interesting to see how this daddy is obviously involved in the cick-rearing process...
Thanks Hilda - loved all of the nice birdie sightings!
not only that you got "red ones" in your garden but also about the finfoot and flamingo sighting
On top the saddle-billed daddy with the little one - Magnificent
Ah Pumbaa - the "red one" is now in full colour and very vocal! We are privilaged indeed to have these beauties in the backyard!
Bushbuddies, great detective work once again.
It is just amazing to spot these rare ones in Kruger. WOW.
Just shows what one stumble across when you do not leave any stone unturned and take things for granted, but search every corner...
Some great pics of the Watertrapper and Flamink.
Wish they could've been a bit closer to the camera...
But I guess beggars can't be choosers - it was a big bonus to have just seen them!
And I guess spies are a little camera shy for good reason!
Cape of Storms wrote:
I always knew James Bond had to have a son. I mean really - with so many girlfriends and all...
Welcome back Melphie!
Just evidence to prove that you'll have to come back and find a few spies for yourself in KNP again!
Your investigative skills are amazing!
Why thank you, Pikkie! I guess the more time you spend in the field, the better you get. I'm currently a bit out of practice - time to get back in there again!