Tuesday, 2 October 2012

More Rwandan Wildlife

Impala in the Akegera National Park .

Maybe a species of Vulture on the Bank building opposite our hotel
 Definitely related to a blackbird or thrush (Ed - An African Thrush - Turdus pelios - Thanks Paula!)

 Two species of weaver birds

 A weaver bird's nest

 A water Buffalo complete with oxpecker
more giraffes...

and the cutest little gecko! Thanks for looking!


Fliss said...

What absolutely gorgeous photos Sally and can see you must have had the most amazing trip out there.
Sorry it's so long since I came to visit, not enough hours in the day!
Hugs, Fliss xx

Rosalee said...

I'm loving these photo's you are sharing with us Sally. They are all so beautiful.
hugs, Rosalee

Debbie said...

Your photos are stunning Sally.
Hugs Debbie x

Valerie said...

Brilliant photos Sally, fabulous birds!
Val x

lisa said...

Thanks for sharing your amazing photos, Sally. It must have been amazing to see such a different way of life to ours and all those exotic creatures too.
Hope you've settled back home OK.
Hugs Lisax

Paula (PEP) said...

The gecko is amazing but the particular fascination for me is the birdlife. And to think I was excited when I saw a mixed flock of blue, coal & great tit with nuthatch, greenfinch & robin thrown in! Imagine seeing an Eagle in a town.
Paula (PEP)
PD - definitely Turdidae - maybe Turdus tephronotus or T pelios

Cheryl said...

Welcome home! I have enjoyed looking at your photos from your trip in the last few posts. Thank you for sharing.

Sharon Whitley said...

thank you for sharing these gorgeous photos - that's something I really want to do in the next few years, I'd be in my element!

Cath Wilson said...

What an experience, Sally - no wonder you're tired. That was a lot to do and to take in, in such a short time - emotionally, too. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos x

Debbie said...

Thanks for sharing! very exciting photos!

Faith A said...

Thank you so much for sharing your experiences, for someone who hasn't had a holiday in 7 years, this is sharing yours, and I have LOVED it.
Wonderful photographs