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victoria falls

  1. Spray rising from Victoria Falls

    Spray rising from Victoria Falls

    The spray rising from the falls can be seen from a long way away and can look like smoke. The local name is Mosi-oa-Tunya, The Smoke That Thunders. Also in the photo is the bridge connecting Zimbabwe to Zambia.
  2. Victoria Falls

    Victoria Falls

    An 1986 shot of the falls.
  3. Victoria Falls

    Victoria Falls

    Victoria Fall and the bridge connecting Zimbabwe and Zambia. From a 1986 slide.
  4. Swallow-tailed Bee-eater

    Swallow-tailed Bee-eater

    Drying off the spray from the falls in the morning sun.
  5. White-fronted Bee-eater

    White-fronted Bee-eater

    On the look-out for bees! Bee-eaters often good to photograph because, after flying out to catch something on the wing, they tend to return to the same spot. This one at Vic Falls but good viewing also at Chobe National Park, Botswana.
  6. White-fronted Bee-eater

    White-fronted Bee-eater

  7. Immature Shikra

    Immature Shikra

    Sat in a tree for a while within the hotel circle.
  8. Lizard living partially in the water

    Lizard living partially in the water

    Has now been id'ed to Nile Monitor (Varanus niloticus)
  9. Yellow-billed Kite

    Yellow-billed Kite

    This bird provided some good exercise for birds in flight ;)
  10. Dark-capped Bulbul

    Dark-capped Bulbul

    For some reason, these two loved sitting like this on the sprinkler head
  11. Scarlet-chested Sunbird

    Scarlet-chested Sunbird

  12. Pied Crow

    Pied Crow

  13. Trumpeter Hornbill

    Trumpeter Hornbill

    Inside the Kingdom Hotel
  14. Red-billed Firefinch

    Red-billed Firefinch

    Inside the Victoria Falls National Park. I suspect but cannot prove that I also saw Brown Firefinch around there.
  15. Wire-tailed Swallow

    Wire-tailed Swallow

  16. Half-collared Kingfisher

    Half-collared Kingfisher

    One of about three species of kingfishers seen that day, and clearly the most colorful
  17. Long-tailed Cormorant

    Long-tailed Cormorant

  18. White-browed Robin-Chat

    White-browed Robin-Chat

  19. Yellow-bellied Greenbul

    Yellow-bellied Greenbul

    In a tree next to the hotel entrance when we arrived. It turned out to be fairly common there.
  20. Warthog

    Warthog

    It was a little strange to meet this species as an accepted visitor to the hotel gardens around the hotel in Victoria Falls
  21. Retz's Helmetshrike

    Retz's Helmetshrike

  22. And another of the Falls

    And another of the Falls

    Victoria Falls again
  23. Another one of Victoria falls

    Another one of Victoria falls

    Victoria Falls
  24. The Falls again

    The Falls again

    Victoria Falls again, this time from the ground.
  25. Another one of Victoria falls

    Another one of Victoria falls

    Victoria Falls from the air.
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