Beautiful birdlife of the Kruger Park

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  1. The Yellow-bellied Greenbul favours thick tangled undergrowth and clearings in riverine forests and mopane woodlands. PICTURES: Lyneve Cook
  2. A White-fronted Bee-eater (Merops bullockoides) poses for a photograph near Crooks' Corner. In South Africa, it is largely restricted to the north and east.
  3. Resident bird guide Frank Mabaso (in uniform) is accredited by Birdlife SA and available to point out the 'specials' at the Pafuri picnic site.
  4. The fever trees on the repaired S63 add an eerie magical dimension to the Luvuvhu River Drive.
  5. In South Africa, the Meve's Starling is found only in the Limpopo River Valley, with a significant population in the far north of the Kruger National Park.

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