I continue to work out sorting out the 18k photos. Here is the latest batch of shots that I thought were worth sharing. If you missed the previous installments you can find Part I here, and Part II here.
In Part III, I’ve included a video capturing a fairly rare moment where a male lion from the Majingilane coalition was spending time with a Lioness from the Othawa pride in the hopes of furthering the population. He would not have any luck this time.
Zebra….Up close and personal
Baboon and baby cross a road as Buffalo moved into the area.
Warthog watches with a wary eye….
‘Lesser Spotted’ Weaver males work on their nests. Look closely to the left and you’ll see a Striated Heron sitting on her nest.
A rare sighting of a female (l) and male (r) Bataleur Eagle.
A very pregnant Zebra eats for 2, while an Oxpecker goes for a ride….
A rare ‘blonde’ version of a Wahlberg’s Eagle. About 5-10% come from the factory ‘as blondes’. Most are dark brown.
The following sequence is of a rare Night Heron that seldon appears the in the daytime. The exception is typically only made when it is looking for a viable nesting area for her eggs. I spend a good deal of time watching and enjoying her.
In the following video, you’ll see that Majigilane Lion trying to court the Othawa Lioness: