Southern Red-Billed Hornbill

The Southern Red-billed Hornbill (Afrikaans name Rooibekneushoringvoel) has a shorter and more slender bill than the Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill.

It uses its bill to turn over dung in search of beetles, centipedes and grasshoppers. It has also be known to feed on small reptiles and mammals

We caught up with this one in the Kruger National Park

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The White-fronted Bee-eater (Afrikaans name Rooikeelbyvreter) is a local, coomon resident, largely restricted to the rivers with high river…
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Blister Beetle

Blister beetles (Afrikaans name Blaartrekkewers) Feed mainly on flowers and nectar. They are strikingly marked with black, yellow or red as a…