August visit to Kruger 2nd Day

by Lourens Erasmus.
(Benoni.)

Fish Eagle at Lake Panic , the branch would not allow him to come to rest.

Fish Eagle at Lake Panic , the branch would not allow him to come to rest.

Fish Eagle at Lake Panic , the branch would not allow him to come to rest.
Some Buffalo.
Vulture taking off
Baby Elephant not knowing his trunk is there for a Purpose.

On the second day of our visit we traveled from Malelane to Skukuza where we were booked in for the night. not much game except for Rhino Buffalo and Elephant.


Lourens and Janette.

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Sep 09, 2016
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so dry
by: Andy

Not bad sightings even with the bush being so dry.

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I love the baby elephant!
by: Sidney

unusual to see nyala in the south?

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