Here’s one for all you birding enthusiasts – some pictures of the elusive Narina Trogon taken at Mkhaya Game Reserve this week.
Did you know? The Narina Trogon (Apaloderma narina) is sparsely distributed in suitable forest patches throughout Swaziland. Unmistakable, with bright green upper parts and chest, and red underparts, it is more frequently heard than seen. Listen out for a series of mournful hoots and spot it foraging by sallying from a perch to capture an insect before returning to its perch.
Book a visit to Mkhaya to see if you can spot them!