Pilanesberg 

Spent last weekends long weekend at Pilanesberg National Park.  We camped at Manyane campsite and as usual the early mornings were filled with a beautiful dawn chorus. I really need to dedicate a morning to just staying in camp next time instead of rushing into the park every time. The past few times I have heard Woodlands Kingfisher, Black Cuckoo and we even had a sweet little Pearl Spotted Owlet right above our tents one morning. I was hoping to get the Black Cuckoo again but perhaps he has already left the country.

Yellow-billed Hornbill

      

Red-billed Oxpecker

 

Yellow-fronted Canary

Levaillant’s Cuckoo

 

Sabota Lark

 

I’m not sure who you are?!

 
 

Or you?

  

One of the highlight mammal sightings

 

I added another 17 birds to my year list, taking me up to 155.  

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