Palm Nut Vulture.... A rare sight. Honde Valley, Zimbabwe
Butterflies of Cambodia - The Yellow Moth (Dysphania Sagana)
White Rhino, Kruger National Park Kruger National Park is home to over sixty percent of entire population on white rhino in South Africa. Unfortunately they are being poached at an alarming rate.
Nyala & Saddle Billed Stork A young nyala bull and saddle billed stork were happy to pose for us at a water hole in Sabi Sands Game Reserve just before dusk.
Spotted Hyena, Kruger Park, South Africa
Lucky Bay, Esperance Kangaroo
A black rhino calf suckles its mother.
A hyena on the prowl.
Elephant, Imire Game Park, Zimbabwe
Rhino of Imire Game Park
The Imire Lion, Zimbabwe
Elephant adopted by a buffalo herd
There are over seven thousand giraffe in Kruger Park, which means there is a strong likelihood that you will get to see the world’s tallest mammal when visiting this renowned wild life sanctuary.
Burchell's Zebra - There are two species of zebra in Southern Africa, the Burchell’s (or plains) zebra and mountain zebra.
Two elephant calves are protected by the rest of the herd during a mid-afternoon siesta under the shade of a thorn tree.
Impala & Red Billed Oxpeckers