The Fascinating Dynamics of White-Fronted Bee-Eaters | Londolozi Blog

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Kirst Joscelyne

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At less than a year old, Kirst went to her family’s hut in the Greater Kruger National Park, and has been fortunate enough to continue to go there ever since. Sharing a passion for the bush with her family, led to countless trips ...

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Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Fascinating, I love bee-eaters, next to kingfishers, my favourite birds

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Kirst, I loved the comment🤗

Linda Mansell
Senior Digital Ranger

Wonderful piece on bee eaters – and sublime photos. Thank you.

Linda Rawles
Senior Digital Ranger

This is one of the few birds we birdwatchers can get our non-birding friends to actually see. Sometimes, they get those folks started on seeing other birds, and that is a good thing. Little ambassadors:-)

William Paynter
Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you Kirst! The white fronted bee eater is truly beautiful.

They are very pretty birds. Their colors are unique. I bet they are entertaining to watch, no doubt. Very interesting story. Thank you for sharing this information.

Martin Wells
Explorer

Your article about the bee-eaters is really fascinating, beautiful

Valmai Vorster
Digital Tracker

They are so colourful and beautiful. When they do the sand bathing it looks as if they are lying in the sand having a sun tan. Kirst can you please tell me what are the names of the other bee-eaters are there at Londolozi. I am overwhelmed by their beautiful colours.

Cally Staniland
Digital Tracker

Certainly a fascinating read Kirst with a bit of incest too 😉

Paul Canales
Digital Tracker

I love the bee eaters!!! Thanks for the fascinating deep dive Kirst – one of my very favorite aspects of the Londolozi blogs.

Leonie De Young
Digital Tracker

That is a really interesting tale of the white fronted bee eaters Kirst. So, even birds are unfaithful to their partners eh? Would love to see the look on the unsuspecting owner of the other nest that these eggs have been placed in. Thanks so much for sharing with me – I love birds and you have some beautiful species in Africa.

Victoria Auchincloss
Digital Tracker

We have often seen the various bee eaters on safari, but it is interesting to learn of their clan activities and the occasional goings on!! They are certainly gorgeously colored !! Thank you Victoria

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Kirst, Thanks for the story and the great images! We love their beautiful colors!

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