40 Years of Kalahari visits part 7

by Lourens
(Benoni)

Secretaries convention.

Secretaries convention.

Secretaries convention.
The youth gathering.
Scoot I want to drink.
Who is the scavenger you or me.

The Kgalagadi is of course a excellent place for birds of prey. A lot of birds is difficult to see if you travel at a speed to reach the next camp or when the heat is getting to you. Walk around camp at night and you are sure to find an owl or two. Even during the day, if you take the time to examine the trees next to the road into the depths of the branches you might be lucky to find an owl or two.

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