Pale Chanting Goshawk

This Pale Chanting Goshawk (Afrikaans name, Bleeksingvalk) was seen on the side of the road near the Letaba Camp in the Kruger National Park.

He seemed to be biting off pieces of the burnt grass stubs. They frequently follow honey badgers and other predators using them to flush out prey. Diet consists of small mammals, birds and reptiles.

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Crested Francolin

The Crested Francolin (Afrikans name, Bospatrys) is a common resident of woodland and well wooded savannah. Main diet consists of bulbs,…
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