Day 3 August visit to Kruger.

by Lourens Erasmus.
(erasmlou@gmail.com)

Vultures waiting for the air currents to heat up.

Vultures waiting for the air currents to heat up.

Vultures waiting for the air currents to heat up.
This Bateleur having an early drink.
Great Heron taking flight as we aproached.
Grey Heron with keen eye sight.

Day 3 we traveled from Skukuza directly to Lower Sabie.

Taking a drive over the Sabie low water bridge and over the Sand river low water bridge. On the way we encountered Bateleur, Vultures, Grey Duiker, Bush buck. Was greeted early morning with golden sunrise.

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birds of prey
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My best is the Bateleur...just love these birds of prey.

Sep 09, 2016
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Bird day!
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You must be seeing lots of vultures with the drought?

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