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Katja's trip to Zambia

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This is so exciting!  I didn't realize that one of our own is currently in the place of my dreams!  Oh - how I would love to be there now.  I hope we will be seeing tons & tons of pictures once Katje returns home.

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Hi Katje, nice to see you haven't forgotten us at home - enjoy the rest of your trip!!

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Katja!  Nice to see you girl, what is your best moment so far? Smiling

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Hello everyone,

I am still in Livingstone. Will stay here until Monday morning, and then I will return to the bush. Can't wait...

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Hey katja !

It's good to hear from you.

 I checked & you did write shoebill in your sms... I made the mistake by writing spoonbill here. Oops !

 

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Hello everyone,

Right now I am in an internet cafe in Livingstone. The Zambezi River is right behind me.

 

Gerda wrote:

2 August 2007 : Didn't see spoonbill in Bangweulu Swamps but birding was great there. Saw many new species.

Did I write spoonbill? I meant shoebill. Unfortunately, we didn't see one. They are hard to find.

TheEyeSpyKid (not verified)
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Not sure if anyone is interested... but here is a link to some beautiful pictures of birds of South Africa

http://chandra.as.utexas.edu/~kormendy/southafricabirds.html

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New message !

2 August 2007 : Didn't see spoonbill in Bangweulu Swamps but birding was great there. Saw many new species.

Driving to Lusaka now, tomorrow we go to Kafue National Park, the 2nd biggest park in Africa.

 

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Lol, I once saw a stuffed one in a museum and thought they were extinct.

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I look forward to more adventures and photos from the trip.  I saw a Shoe-billed Stork on a tv documentary and thought it was sooo bizzare looking. It really looked pre-historic...like something from The Flinstones cartoons.

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