An adult Swift Tern flies dangling a small bait fish from it bill. The fish will be fed to its chicks waiting in the breeding colony on Robben Island, South Africa
Small bait-fish gather in shoals in the shallow waters of De Hoop Marine Protected Area. They choose the shallows as a feeding zone and an area where they can avoid predation from larger fish.
As part of their pair bonding and strengthening behaviors, Blue Cranes will leap high in the air and garcefully "dance" with their partners, often picking up and tossing a leaf or small stick at the same time.
A Great White Pelican readies to take to flight from Dassen Island as a small-pelagic trawler passes in the distance.
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A Puffadder (Bitis arietans) keeps a beady eye on a potential threat infront of it, adopting a defensive posture.
A Black-Shouldered Kite gazes intently back at the camera.
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An old poster, weathered and torn, hangs above one of the railway subways along False Bay's coastline.
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A Chacma baboon takes a closer look at his toe nails in the Cape Point section of the Table Mountain National Park.
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A Cape Vulture cruises through its roosting gorge at Potberg in the Western Cape. With support from the local farmers who leave out sheep and cattle carcasses, this small isolated population is slowly increasing year by year which is great news. It also shows that conservation and private landowners can work together to make a positive difference! ...