Archives: kruger national park
The Klipspringer (rock jumper) is a small rock-climbing antelope. We saw this juvenile in the Kruger National Park, such a little beauty
A beautiful sunset at the Kruger National Park. Such a beautiful place, need to go back again.
I just love the little horns just peeking through on this little male Impala.
These pretty yellow butterflies were drinking from the damp sand in the Kruger National Park.
We came across these lionesses lazing in the sandy river bed, they had eaten their fill the night before and were now sleeping off their full bellies. Such magnificent creatures.
Bushbuck, so shy and ever so pretty.
This photo shows the beauty of the trees and the huge sky that can be seen every day in the Kruger National Park. The scenery is superb.
What would a visit to the Kruger National Park be if you couldn’t see a Giraffe, with those long legs and even longer neck and that beautifully marked orange coat? They are so wonderful to see out in the wild, grazing on the treetops and moving so gracefully through the scrub.
These sticking orange wildflowers can be seen all along the road side growing in profusion. I don’t know what they are but they resemble the common garden flower the Zinnia.
The dam had quite a few of these Yellow-billed Storks visiting. So tall and stately and quite beautiful with their pink feathers, yellow beak and red face. On a later visit to the dam we saw them catching fish.