During one of our trips to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, we had a wonderful opportunity to photograph the behaviour of a black-chested snake-eagle at the Nossob Camp waterhole. Following a few days of good rain, a large puddle of water had collected around the man-made waterhole which provided perfect photographic opportunities. The bird initially landed at the waterhole and walked up and down surveying the surroundings. It then approached the water and started drinking. Its reflection in the water added another dimension to the already impressive scene before us... read more in Photo Tales.
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