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The fork-tailed drongo is a common and widespread resident breeder in Africa south of the Sahara. These insect-eating birds are usually found in open forests or bush. Two to four eggs are laid in a cup nest in a fork high in a tree.
They are aggressive and fearless birds, given their small size, and will attack much larger species, including birds of prey if their nest or young are threatened
Big Game Parks offers different types of accommodation options ranging from camping to self-catering cottages and catered en-suite rooms. The wonderful thing about the accommodation at all three parks; Hlane Royal National Park, Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary and Mkhaya Game Reserve is that they all have special visitors and residents. The pictures show Impala and Nyala at Hlane’s Wisteria Village
Reilly’s Rock Hilltop Lodge , the original home of Swaziland’s conservation pioneers, has housed many famous guests including the late Prince Bernard of the Netherlands who was an avid supporter of Big Game Parks and its conservation efforts.
Now an up-market lodge which can be booked on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, Reilly’s also attracts a vast array of wild visitors including the rare Blue Duiker and prolific birdlife attracted to its botanical gardens.
This week a number of ground hornbills also visited Reilly’s. If you fancy a relaxing break, a chance to feed some bushbabies as the sun goes down and an opportunity to spot some rare small antelope, plant and birdlife, book a stay to Reilly’s today!