Kudu at Biyamiti

by Brad

Radar Ears

Radar Ears

We were sitting at the hide admiring the view with no animals in sight when suddenly this kudu popped its head up and stared at us.

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May 15, 2013
by: Anonymous

I never get sick of seeing the more common species... Beautiful animal!

Sep 06, 2010
Love her ears
by: Jennifer

Hi Brad thanks for sharing you picture of your Kudu, she is lovely

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