Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Cape Town - Part 4

World of Birds - Part 2

Vogelpark bei Kapstadt

Some of the birds at World of Birds in Cape Town are visitors, like the African Sacred Ibis (the black and white birds in the palm tree pictured above). They come and go at the bird sanctuary as they please.

I'm including two photos of us, but we were a bit hot and tired by that time, so they aren't great.

Make sure to check out Part 1,
if you missed it.

Click on the images to view them larger.

Indian/Blue Peafowl and White Peafowl

White Peafowl

Indian/Blue Peafowl

Blue Crane - the national
bird of South Africa

Blue Crane, Black Swans, Ducks and Geese

Black Crowned Crane

Saddle-Billed Stork

African Sacred Ibis and Flamingos

Flamingos and African Sacred Ibis

Hubby took this photo of me.

Hubby and Amanda


Black-Necked Swans

African Penguins and a Cape Gannet

Below: German Poster of
African Birds between
the Nile and the Kalahri

nabit Länder-Tafel "Afrikas Vögel" - zum Vergrößern hier klicken!
Afrikas VögelNaBiT GbR

All original photographs by Tina Morley unless stated otherwise. 1camera1mom is mostly in English mit ein bisschen Deutsch.

Related Posts:

African Penguins at Boulders Beach

Cape Town - Part 1 

Cape Town - Part 2 

Cape Town - Part 3

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