Every time we visit one of our national parks I am reminded of how fortunate we are to enjoy seeing a wide variety of wildlife. The poaching of white rhino is an ongoing concern in South Africa – even in our protected areas – and so I always feel privileged to see one of these creatures in the wild.
We are used to seeing black wildebeest in the Mountain Zebra National Park and so it is fun to see blue wildebeest in places such as the Kruger National Park (where all of these photographs were taken).
Cape buffalo occur in the Addo Elephant National Park too, but this one is covered with Red-billed Oxpeckers.
Of course it is always a pleasure to see elegant giraffe.
Impala have been brought into several private game reserves all over the country.
No trip to the Kruger National Park feels complete unless one comes…
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