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  • 1 year later...
Game Warden

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...is for bushflight.

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KaingU Lodge

Bushbuck this evening

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Duba Plains 2013: first a Burchell's Sandgrouse, then a Black-bellied Bustard.

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KaingU Lodge

B is for Baobab. It could also be for bog again as this is the ablution block that we built last year for a rather special private campsite for self drivers.

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samburumags

Baraka, the blind rhino of Ol Pajeta

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Bushpig ...... South Luangwa NP, November 2015

 

Quite rare to see these in SLNP

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IamFisheye

Bale Monkey

 

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Peter Connan

B is for Beard.

 

Although one not quite as impressive as @@Game Warden's

 

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@@IamFisheye I love your photo of the bearded monkey. Thank you for enlightening me because i didn't even know that such a species existed before.

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