Zakouma showing off

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Not too sure what these two fish eagle were doing lying on the wet ground…
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Carmine bee-eaters having an insect feast after the rain
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A little green bee-eater

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A red-cheeked cordon-bleu
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A hunting hamerkop

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A pair of abyssinian ground hornbills

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One of the many civets we saw on our night drives

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This sacred ibis followed this slightly injured crocodile around, constantly pecking at his bloody tail
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A very well camouflaged scops owlet

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An important lesson in searching for food
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A family of four-banded sandgrouse
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An abyssinian roller – the regional equivalent of the lilac breasted roller found in southern Africa
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A juvenile bateleur eagle

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