Bee-eaters are hard to
photograph because they are always flitting out to catch insects. This is
the white-fronted bee-eater.
What do you suppose all the holes in this
It's a colony of carmine bee-eaters.
beautiful birds are not tiny like most bee-eaters, but are ten inches/38cm.
They live in colonies and
hunt during the day in the same large groups from the tree tops.
Here are three more birds seen around the
The endangered Wattled Crane
Hammerkop--called that because his head is shaped
like a hammer.