PHOTO GALLERY

Bats in baobab tree cavity Lower Zambezi National Park

 

These are some images l have captured over the years . Enjoy . I will constantly be adding more images so please keep checking .

Sunset - Serengeti National Park
Sunset – Serengeti National Park
Nile Crocodile - Zambezi River
Nile Crocodile – Zambezi River
Lion and Blue Widlebeest Chase - Ngorongoro Crater 1
Lion and Blue Widlebeest Chase – Ngorongoro Crater 1
Lion and Blue Wildebeest chase - Ngorongoro Crater 2
Lion and Blue Wildebeest chase – Ngorongoro Crater 2

 

Lioness Chase Blue Wildebeest - Ngorongoro Crater 3 -Paul Grobler
Lioness Chase Blue Wildebeest – Ngorongoro Crater 3 

 

Lioness Chase Blue Wildebeest -Ngorongoro Crater 4 - Paul Grobler
Lioness Chase Blue Wildebeest -Ngorongoro Crater 4 – Paul Grobler

 

Paul Grobler Canoe Zambezi River ( Pic by  C J and G Mucalov )
Paul Grobler Canoe Zambezi River ( Pic by C J and G Mucalov )

 

Lucky Bean Creeper plant - Seed pods - Lower Zambezi National Park - Paul Grobler
Lucky Bean Creeper plant – Seed pods – Lower Zambezi National Park – Paul Grobler

 

 

Waterbuck Bull - Lower Zambezi National Park
Waterbuck Bull – Lower Zambezi National Park

Lumpy and l having a chat – Chiawa Camp
Greenbanded Swallowtail MALE ( Papilio nireus) – Lower Zambezi National Park

Drinking lions
Canoeing the Zambezi River
African Jacana nest and eggs ( May 2013 )
African Jacana nest and eggs ( May 2013 )

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Yellowbellied Greenbul feding on Scrambled Egg bush seeds

Hippo lying on sandbarr in  Zambezi River
Hippo lying on sandbar in Zambezi River
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3 Comments on “PHOTO GALLERY

  1. Would you add your bat photo as a citizen-science observation to the AfriBats project on iNaturalist?:
    http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/afribats

    AfriBats will use your observations to better understand bat distributions and help protect bats in Africa.

    Please locate your picture on the map as precisely as possible to maximise the scientific value of your records.

    Many thanks!

    PS: these are slit-faced bats, Nycteris sp.

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