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South Africa Part 6: Kruger National Park #RenelInSouthAfrica

Written by , Posted in Africa & Middle East, Animals, Canon 7D, Kruger National Park, South Africa, Travel

I spent nine days in South Africa! If you missed the part 5 click here, and be sure to follow my South African adventures using the tag #RenelInSouthAfrica2014.  The itinerary included two days in Kruger National Park.

In the previous installment I posted some shots of the Big Five. Here are my favorite shots from Kruger.  If you ever have the chance to visit be sure to buy a park map and animal identification book available in the visitor’s center.  It’s a great resource and has a check list for all the animals you see.

Impala in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Impala

Giraffe in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Magpie shrike - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Magpie shrike

Lizard in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Wildebeest in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Wildebeest

Hippopotamus in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Hippopotamus

Lilac-breasted roller in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Lilac-breasted roller

Southern ground hornbill - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Southern ground hornbill

Spotted hyena in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Spotted hyena

Southern yellow-billed hornbill in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Southern yellow-billed hornbill

Common duiker in Kruger National Park - photo by Renel Holton - www.renelholton.com

Common duiker

Next up… Part 7: Johannesburg, Soweto & Final Thoughts

To follow along with my South African travels use the tag Renel In South Africa 2014.

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