Black-Crowned Tchagra

The Black-Crowned Tchagra (Afrikaans name swartkrrontjagra) are of the bushshrike family found mostly in thickets, undergrowth and woodland.

We saw this one in the Kruger National Park

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White-Headed Stilt

The White-Headed Stilt is usually found at the shallow edges of saline or freshwater ponds. Feeds mainly on aquatic insects, molluscs and…
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The Mozambique Tilapia is a common cichlid fish native to southern Africa. It is a popular fish for aquaculture. We saw these at Intaka with…