Birds of a Feather . . .

Pelican Trio

White Pelicans, Walvis Bay, Namibia

A trio of white pelicans lazing their way in Walvis Bay, Namibia.

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OWPC: Rhino

Rambling Rhino

Black Rhino, Etosha National Park, Namibia

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CFFC: Birds

A Few Birds of Namibia

Variations on a Theme

Over 600 species of birds are found in Namibia. I am not a good bird photographer, but I did manage to capture a few of the birds commonly found in various sections of the country.

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CFFC: The Letter Z

Zebra – Variations on a Theme

Harem of Burchell’s zebra, or plains zebra, grazing in Etosha National Park, Namibia. Burchell’s zebra are distinguished by light brown stripes running inside the lines of their black and white striped pattern.  Plains zebra prefer open grasslands and watering holes and often mix with other species. Burchell’s zebra are highly social, forming harems with a single stallion, several mares, and their foals. Harems may form large herds. The plains zebra is the most common of three zebra species, and it is the most geographically widespread.

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OWPC: Giraffe

Who’s Watching Whom?

Who’s Watching Whom, giraffes in Etosha National Park, Namibia, Africa

Fun fact: male giraffes have more male on male sex than male on female sex. They could be banned or worse in many states and countries.

OWPC: Giraffe

 

 

Color Your World 2017: Timberwolf

Solitary

Bull elephant,Etosha National Park, Namibia

Jennifer’s 2017 Color Your World Challenge: Timberwolf

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