CAPE EAGLE OWL : They are the third biggest owl species found in South Africa and can take very big prey for their size. As well as insects, birds and rodents, hares and dassies have been recorded in their diet.
LOOK CLOSELY - THE BEAUTIFUL MAY BE SMALL (Immanuel Kant)
Pollination is vital to life on earth, but largely unseen by the human eye. Bees and other pollinator insects play an essential role in ecosystems. Every pollen grain has an amazing story to tell...The story of reproduction. Without reproduction our planet will die.
A great concern in conservation circles has been the mysterious decline of the bee and pollinator population, over the last few years. At least a third of our food depends on pollinators and a world without them would be devastating for crops and food production as a whole.
Planting bee-friendly flowers and avoiding the use of pesticides in our garden has offered real rewards. Not only are we contributing in maintaining biodiversity, but also enjoy endless photography opportunities. Never a dull moment when these busy bugs are out
In the wild you live with eyes wide open. Not on the agenda for this yawning male trio. After their successful hunt of the previous night and subsequently gorging themselves, the Kalahari lions settled in the shade of a Camel Thorn for an indulging rest...and I think to myself, there is just no app for this...
www.eminienaber.com - Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa