More KNP Birds

by Mary Jane Sesto
(Long Beach, Ca. U.S.A.)

Blue Waxbill

Blue Waxbill

Blue Waxbill
Lilac Breasted Roller
White-fronted Bee Eater
Red-billed Hornbill

Here are a few more of our feathered friends that we enjoyed seeing on our past trips to the KNP. We are counting the days until May for our next trip which will include 14 days inside the Park. Cheers!

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Oct 18, 2010
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Funny birds
by: Sue

Hornbills are great to watch because they are just so funny when interacting with each other. Have you ever seen them sitting on a car mirror and knocking or kissing it...just when you think the mirror is going to break they fly off.

Oct 16, 2010
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Lovely pictures!
by: Simon

From my experience in the park these four birds epitomise the KNP. When we start seeing the rollers and hornbills (who are found along most of the roads) we know it's time to relax because we are 'in the park'!

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