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Images from South Africa and Botswana

Vulture at

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

South Africa

 

Elephants

While we waited for the second vehicle

this hyena wandered past giving us

a sideways glance as it did.

 

Where we stop at a zebra crossing and

wait for zebras to cross the road.

Botswana’s Elephant Sands

waterhole

Warthog

Zebras…

….and again

African Wild Dog came into

our Okavango Camp

Quenching a thirst at

Elephant Sands

Okavango Delta

Leopard

Lekhubu Island sunrise

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:…Let’s-Get-Wild

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:...Let’s-Get-Wild

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…Let’s-Get-Wild

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...Let’s-Get-Wild

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Not far from the Geelong CBD…

…can be found, if you are lucky…

 

…Australia’s largest airborne bird,

the Wedge Tailed Eagle.

 

This vulture was rehabilitating in South Africa’s

Moholoholo Wildlife Centre.

 

In 2013 we were allowed to feed this magnificent bird. 

Its eye are focussed on the next hand

to hold and feed it.

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BirdWeekly:…Colour-and-Mono

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Peeling paint and rust

 

 

 

Pipe joint

 

 

Vulture waiting to be fed at South Africa’s

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre .

 

 

A Bateleur Eagle, also at Moholoholo.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:...Close-Ups

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My guitar was my subject until I realised…

 

…this was a bird related challenge.

 



The rest of my images today come from

South Africa’s

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Ground Hornbill

 

 

Bateleur Eagle

 

South African Vulture

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BirdWeekly:… Macro-Close-Ups-of-Birds

 

 

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