Sondela game, reserve where I spent last weekend, teems with birds, I wasn't able to photograph even a small fraction of them.
Crimson breasted shrike. Not a very clear photo as this bird was looking for breakfast and never sat still for a second.
Helmeted Guinea fowl kicking up dust while the scratch for seeds under the bird feeder.
African Grey Hornbil, looking puzzled, l trying to figure out how to get into the bamboo bird feeder. The dish on top was a temporary measure as the original lid had been mislaid.
Grey-headed Bush-Shrike, I think this was a juvenile as it's red breast feathers weren't fully coloured yet. I was only about three meters away from this bird but it seemed totally unperturbed by my presence.
The same bird as above, looking for thorn a thorn to spike his latest victim on.
Southern Yellow-billed hornbill. Females seal themselves into a hole in a tree trunk, the male bringing mud for the purpose, while hatching the eggs. Her mate feeds her through a narrow vertical slit in the mud wall.