Londolozi Birds

All birdlife captured at Londolozi.
43 Pins742 Followers
A female paradise flycatcher. These beautiful inhabitants of riparian vegetation are estimated to occur at a density of one pair every 150m in suitable habitat. the male of the species looks almost identical but has a much longer tail. Photograph by Anthony Goldman

Photo Journal: A Look at Tony Goldman's Best Photographs

A slightly different angle on the gorgeous lilac breasted roller. The vibrancy of its plumage and the light in its eyes are what make the image for me. Photograph by Amy Attenborough

Discover "the real world" through the eyes of Amy Attenborough, game ranger and photographer at Londolozi Private Game Reserve.

Finding nutrients in anything possible.

Finding nutrients in anything possible.

Moonrise vultures

While Phil and Dawn Judd were at Londolozi in December they visited our Creative Hub on a daily basis. We set up the Londolozi Creative Hub in order to provide

A Southern White-faced Owl perches next to the road, allowing us this special moment to view it so clearly. These birds are only about 27cm tall but can catch small mammals and birds such as Laughing Doves, which are almost the same size as them. Photograph by Amy Attenborough

For me, this last week has been characterised by, not only a distinctive shift in the seasons but also by the changing predator dynamics on Londolozi too.

Another collared sunbird, from a different angle this time. The blooming of many flowers around the camp has been providing a bonanza for these birds of late. Photograph by Anthony Goldman

Long-time guest of Londolozi, Tony Goldman, recently submitted a host of stunning images taken on his recent visit.

One of the more colourful residents of the Lowveld, the crested barbet is able to call almost indefinitely by using one of its bronchial tubes to breathe in and out while using the other tube to vocalise. Photograph by Anthony Goldman

Long-time guest of Londolozi, Tony Goldman, recently submitted a host of stunning images taken on his recent visit.

Scavenger of the Sky: A White-Backed Vulture. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

Scavenger of the Sky: A White-Backed Vulture. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

A male white bellied sunbird found feeding in the Varty car park. Photograph by Lucien Beaumont.

This weeks 'Week in Pictures' focuses on elements in the bush that make life tough in the dry winter season namely lack of water, food and heat.

The lilac-breasted roller subsists largely on small invertebrates such as beetles, and vertebrates as well, as this unfortunate frog discovered. Photograph by Anthony Goldman

Lilac Breasted Roller with its catch at Londolozi.

Bright colours in flowers serve mainly to attract pollinators such as sunbirds. Pictured here is a collared sunbird, whose iridescent green head and yellow underbelly are unmistakeable. Photograph by Anthony Goldman

Long-time guest of Londolozi, Tony Goldman, recently submitted a host of stunning images taken on his recent visit.

It was amazing watching a Brown-headed parrot feeding on the remains of the fruit of a marula tree. Photograph by Callum Gowar

Arriving at Londolozi at the beginning of the

The piercing eyes of an African Barred Owlet are on the lookout for unsuspecting prey to pass its unforgiving glare. Photograph by Callum Gowar

Arriving at Londolozi at the beginning of the

An African Jacana sprints across the algae stained water of Camp Pan. They have incredibly long toes and large feet, which enable them to run on vegetation and give them the nickname of ‘the Jesus bird’ or ‘lily trotter’.  Photograph by Amy Attenborough

An African Jacana sprints across the algae stained water of Camp Pan. They have incredibly long toes and large feet, which enable them to run on vegetation and give them the nickname of ‘the Jesus bird’ or ‘lily trotter’. Photograph by Amy Attenborough

The stark yellow of the Southern yellow-billed hornbill is magnified by the sun whilst the moon shines in the background. Photograph by Callum Gowar

Arriving at Londolozi at the beginning of the

Pinterest
Search