Our feathered friends: white-fronted bee-eaters

Our feathered friends here were photographed by Kirstin Scholtz.

Also read: Our Feathered Friends: July 12

These two white-fronted bee-eaters were spotted in the northern parts of the Kruger National Park.

Also read: Our Feathered Friends November 1

Common resident of the Lowveld, the species moves locally during the non-breeding season.

If you would like to be the next contributor to Our Feathered Friends/Ons Geveerde Vriende, please send us a brief description in English or Afrikaans and a photograph to Hancu Louw at [email protected].

Also read: Our Feathered Friends: May 10

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