Botswana : Photos

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Southern Carmine Bee-eater (Merops nubicoides)

Chobe National Park, Botswana.




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Ein Leopard im Savuti Game Reserve (Chobe-Nationalpark, Botswana).

A Leopard in the Savuti Game Reserve (Chobe National Park, Botswana).




Chobe 02

Vorspiel ;)




Little lion

Looking for his family




Jumbo Sunset

Elephant on the banks of the Kwando , dividing Botswana from Namibia




Touch

Two African elephants touch trunks on the bank of the Chobe River, Botswana.

Reworked from a previous upload.


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Hamerkop (Scopus umbretta)

Hamerkop (Scopus umbretta) is a medium-sized wading bird (56 cm long, weighing 470 g). The shape of its head with a curved bill and crest at the back is reminiscent of a hammer, hence its name. The Hamerkop occurs in Africa south of the Sahara, Madagascar and coastal southwest Arabia in all wetland habitats, including irrigated land such as rice paddies, as well as in savannas and forests. Hamerkop clutch consists of 3 to 7 eggs that start white but soon become stained. Both sexes incubate for 28 to 30 days. Both feed the young, the young hatch covered with grey down. By 17 days after hatching, their head and crest plumage is developed, and in a month, their body plumage. They leave the nest at 44 to 50 days but roost in it at night until about two months after hatching.




Hamerkop (Scopus umbretta)

Hamerkop (Scopus umbretta) is a medium-sized wading bird (56 cm long, weighing 470 g). The shape of its head with a curved bill and crest at the back is reminiscent of a hammer, hence its name. The Hamerkop occurs in Africa south of the Sahara, Madagascar and coastal southwest Arabia in all wetland habitats, including irrigated land such as rice paddies, as well as in savannas and forests. Hamerkop clutch consists of 3 to 7 eggs that start white but soon become stained. Both sexes incubate for 28 to 30 days. Both feed the young, the young hatch covered with grey down. By 17 days after hatching, their head and crest plumage is developed, and in a month, their body plumage. They leave the nest at 44 to 50 days but roost in it at night until about two months after hatching.





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