Eagle hunter

Report 25 June
By Benno en Thecla

Every evening it is a feast for the eyes when the sun goes down in the bush.
In the morning we wake up abruptly when the morning sun awakes the animal life.
Wallybees hopping by while we always enjoy the tasty breakfast.
On route we drive through a gorge, the road is asphalted to allow it to be taken by large roadtrains. The heavy and fast traffic ensures regularly hit wild animals. Birds of prey seem to be able to gather their meal so easily and for us it is of course a fantastic opportunity to spot eagles. But many other birds show themselves well today. Another good chance that I sometimes take is to take a dip in the river (with Dirk on the lookout), so that we might be able to shoot (photo) a crocodile. Today we passed the Queensland border, where a herd of cattle regularly cross our path.

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