Lagoon Hide

This morning (Friday) we went at first to the Vulture hide though as it was overcast and cooler, the vultures weren’t in the area and the only thing interested in the Wildebeest carcass was a black backed jackal so I took my group into the Lagoon Hide. This is a hide that is at eye level to a lake frequented by wading birds, kingfishers, and if you are lucky, Fish Eagles and Crocodiles.The hide is so busy with 2 views, one east and one west facing its like sitting in your own little nature program. Below are a few of the photos from the hide including the Black Backed Jackal, a pair of Pied Kingfishers, a Grey Heron plus some Elephants from the drive back.

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One Response to Lagoon Hide

  1. Sue says:

    Great pictures once again Pete x