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James Souchon

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James started his guiding career at the world-renowned Phinda Game Reserve, spending four years learning about and showing guests the wonder of the incredibly rich biodiversity that the Maputaland area of South Africa has to offer. Having always wanted to guide in the ...

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Interesting blog Janes. I did not know that yellow billed hornbills eat small animals and rodents. I have seen them eat insects and even small pieces of meat while scavenging in the campsites.

Very interesting, James! The photos are beautiful, especially that one of the Little Bee-Eaters! Thanks for sharing!

Great post for those of us who appreciate the wonder of birds without knowing too much about them.

Interesting new information, James. Well done. I was amused as I thought of a line of food hung out on a thorny branch for consumption. The habits of nature never cease to amaze.

Wow, this was fascinating for someone who is not a birder. The photo of the huddling bee eaters is stunning. Keep up these educational blogs.

Always enjoy these posts on bird habits!

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