Juvenile Ground Hornbill

At first we couldn’t identify this bird (because it’s a juvenile and doesn’t match any of the photos in the bird books) but with the help of the rangers at camp, we finally managed to crack the mystery. It is a juvenile Southern Ground Hornbill. We spotted it on the way to Satara coming from Letaba.

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Black-chested Snake Eagle In Flight

This was our first sighting (lifer) of this Black-chested Snake Eagle (Afrikaans name, Swartborsslangarend). We saw him on the way to Letaba…
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Elephant Tusker - Masthulele

The Elephant (Afrikaans name, Olifant) museum at Letaba (Kruger National Park) identified this tusker as Masthulele. He’s also included…