One of the primary photographic subjects that you will encounter on our Wild Waterways Safari are birds. There are hundreds of different species breeding and living on the banks of the Zambezi (and Chobe) rivers. On our inaugural trip there in 2014 we had the opportunity to photograph many of these creatures, but the one species that had everybody “twitching” are the Carmine Bee Eaters. These migratory birds make their nests on the banks of the Zambezi every spring and with their bright red plumage and constant chirping they are certainly quite a spectacle!
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