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A small bird as a symbol of love and forgiveness

Cape Sparrow
He is nimble, clever, cheeky. A feisty little guy who nevertheless tries to keep safe as far as possible. Not much attention is paid...

Chobe candle-pod acacia in bloom and Greater Honeyguide

Hakusembe Birds
At Hakusembe River Lodge west of Rundu the creamy-yellow catkins of the Chobe candle-pod acacia (Acacia hebeclada subsp. Chobiensis) attract Grey Louries to the...

Chobe River Camp, the bird nursery

Chobe Oxpecker
Researcher Sinvula Michael Lukubwe is excited: Yellow-billed Oxpeckers, usually very shy birds, have chosen a hollow wooden pole in the fencing around the boma...

Spring has brought the first feathered migrants

Zambezi Birds
This year (2019) the first Carmine Bee-eaters already appeared on August 1st at the breeding colony between Zambezi Mubala Lodge and Zambezi Mubala Camp....

Birds at the Chobe River: from Tits to Hornbills

Chobe Birds
Migratory birds spend the Namibian winter months in the northern hemisphere, but nevertheless numerous species of birds can be watched at the Chobe River...

Scores of feathered visitors at Namibia’s coast

Birds at the coast
Starting in September, countless visitors from the northern hemisphere arrive at the Namibian coast each year. Some of them cover more than 10,000 kilometres...

A boat trip from Namushasha River Lodge on the Kwando in...

Birds and Mammals
The clamour of Smith’s bush squirrels, which measure 35 cm with tail, makes some visitors look to the treetops as soon as they arrive...

A boat trip on the mighty Zambezi in winter

Birds, crocodiles and fish
Even though it is a very cold morning by Zambezi standards, scores of birds are out and about at a tributary, on a large...

Birds and zebras

birds and zebras
A boat trip on the Chobe River on a winter morning In the vicinity of the Chobe River Camp the reeds and papyrus as well...

Birds and reptiles

Birds and reptiles
Boat trip on the Okavango in winter Most of the migratory birds move off to the north well before the start of the southern winter...

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