Tuesday, 18 March 2014


Longhorn Beetle

Assassin in disguise. Some kind of insect that camouflages itself  with sand and the skins of it's victims. 


Freshwater Turtle thing

Little Bee-eaters

Blue-cheeked Bee-eaters. I remember seeing my first Blue-cheeked in a caravan park in East Yorkshire. The less said the better.

Purple Heron

Marsh Mongoose. A very odd looking Mongoose.

Yellow-billed Oxpeckers


Juvenile female

White-breasted Cuckooshrike


Long-tailed Glossy Starling

Bateleur (male)

African Harrier Hawk's (juveniles)

White-backed Night Heron (fledgling)

Pink-backed Pelican

African Darter's