Thursday, 24 March 2016

GOOD FENCES - Warthog and Hadeda Ibis

This is where we spent our second night in Kruger National Park.  That is Marie sitting on the patio.  Passing by outside was a Warthog and a Hadeda Ibis.





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32 comments:

  1. the warthog is pretty amazing! i like the round hut.

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  2. Good morning!:) A Worthog just passing by, and a Hadeda Ibis!!Ha Ha!!What fun!

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  3. Wonderful Worthog, I would love to go to Kruger National Park.
    Have a fun Easter.
    Wren x

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  4. The warthog and the ibis look as if they are having a conversation...

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  5. An unusual sight whilst having a sundowner Margaret. I'll bet that made you put your glass down and grab your camera.

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    1. Phil My camera is usually rond my neck!!

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  6. The roundhouse is wonderful but how amazing to have wildlife like that just on the doorstep!

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  7. Excelentes fotografias.
    Um abraço e uma Santa e Feliz Páscoa.

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  8. Lovely! Amazing animals stroll right by for your photographic convenience!
    ~

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  9. What a curious looking creature that wart hog is. Is it kneeling?

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  10. they are pretty interesting looking critters, i don't know if i have ever seen one before!!! i like that type of fence!!!

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  11. Those are such beautiful creatures!

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  12. Hey, it's Pumbaa! (from the Lion King)

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  13. Intriguing shots and neat wall/fence ~ Love the hog and little bird being together peacefully ~

    Happy Weekend coming to you ~ ^_^

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  14. What a great place to stay! I'd be so nervous about that warthog! Great pictures of him!

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  15. I'd be a bit tentative around the warthog--- But he's probably a very nice fellow. Nice shots.

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  16. WARTHOG! That is the epithet I gave my little one seconds after he was born <3 no crying right away, just snorting (enter "warthog"). The body shape of that warthog also reminds me of my chubby mini poodle haha Nice shots! Can't believe so close!

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  17. Good thing there was a nice sturdy wall/fence to keep out the warthog, strange looking fellow.

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  18. Wow Margaret, thank you for taking us to Kruger.
    I work with a few South Africans and I would love to see that country one day.
    Wart hogs are unfortunate looking animals I think!

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  19. That hog looks huge! We see wild hog tracks when we hike and sometimes even hogs, but it's not my favorite sighting! lol Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

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  20. That is one critter I want my distance. You captured him very well. I appreciate your visits very much.

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  21. You would need a good fence to keep that warthog away! ;-)

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  22. I love those warthogs Margaret, another fascinating animal. Great accommodations too. Great photos! Happy Easter!

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  23. Just like the Lion King. What fun.

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  24. I echo most comments Ms. Margaret, beautiful shots

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  25. They are sort of strane companions...but then you think why not?

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  26. Love it.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2016/03/free-range-hens.html

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  27. Interesting company...great shots of the warthog in kneeling posture. I wonder what is it up to...finding food perhaps or just wanting to relax. These must be the regulars in the park..ya. Just like we have peacocks and macaques in our part of the world. :)

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  28. Wow. I didn't know they got down onto their knees!

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