Pelargonium capitatum

Wild Pelargonium (Pelargonium capitatum)(Afrikaans name Kusmalva), of the geranium family, found mainly on coastal dunes of the Western Cape up to Kwa Zulu Natal. The leaves give off a lovely scent with some of the species being used in traditional medicine.

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The Bateleur (Afrikaans name Berghaan) is a large raptor which spends most of it’s time in flight. It gets it’s name, meaning…
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Blue Wildebeest

We saw this Blue Wildebeest (Afrikaans name, Blou Wildebeest) in Kruger National Park. The calf is much lighter than the adults Along with the…