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merops bullockoides

 

photographed at a White Fronted Bee Eater colony on Rufiji River, Selous.

 

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Inspirational Martin

 

My best so far:

 

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Normally I am not a bird person per se, but Africa is changing that for sure....These bee eaters are fascinating to me. I was able to see some in Bots and THINK I will see them in Zim...or Zam...whatever. Going to both, so hopeful.

 

The pics are lovely.

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There's no denying they are beautiful birds

 

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  • 1 month later...

Dear Graceland,

 

I urge you to visit South Luangwa National Park, and stay at either Shenton Safari's camps( Kaingo/Mwamba or Tafika) because they now have hides for observing carmine bee eaters in season. I saw them in September of 2013, and it was a truly stunning experience.

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Inspirational Martin

 

My best so far:

 

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In flight, and coming towards camera - truly magnificent Peter. Wow

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Thank you John, really appreciate.

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