Africa is a delight for wildlife lovers and every moment is unpredictable. Something that I have always seen in Discovery or National Geographic just came true when suddenly there’s total mayhem in the buffalo herd when a pride of lions decided to have one of them for their next meal. Not a close up pic, but the mood and the moment speaks out here.
The suspense kept on building when the pride of 14 lions chose this herd. Most of them remained hidden in the bush facing the buffaloes and two of them left the group and stealthily went to the other side to drive the herd towards the group. The buffalo herd goes ballistic and run for the gold medal. Rest seems predictable. One of the buffaloes met its end and the lions had their dinner😊
Amazed with their precision of not bumping into one another when flying so close to each other. And appreciate this skill much more when it’s landing time when they pick their spot well. Some of our airline can put the pilot community under training with them to operate smooth and no dash flights 😊
A skin shade lighter or darker has made humans in the past treat the other with reverence or abhor them. Some considered this a mandate to boss over the other just for a shade difference in the skin colour. Over the years with the spread of education and equality this fallacy is being wiped out to some good extent, except some sporadic event where the light of both the E’s has not touched yet. Only diversity and inclusion can take this humankind ahead and to the path of progress!
March for a Cause: We all have gathered here for a mighty cause. We the two legged and the winged ones have a grouse with another breed of two legged and the one who consider themselves as wise as they claim to have bigger brain!!!!!
They have captured the water that we used to wade, dirtied and polluted it and now the greed is increasing day by day where they turn the water to land.
These breed are called mankind. Beware of them. Seem they have something called a heart but unfortunately it only beats for $$$$$$$ and nothing else 😦
Christening gone wrong: Me, they call a Black Shouldered Kite! I wonder why I was named as such? Was the ornithologist who saw me first was colour blind and missed the ruby red eyes. He could have named me the Ruby Eyed Kite or Precious Kite….Phew!!!!
Let me not be judgemental. Guess I may be snoozing when he spotted me. But if that’s the case I would have preferred the name Snowy Breasted Kite 😉. Humans sometimes make terrible mistakes and we birds have to bear it for the rest of our live and carry such ignominious name. Birds and Beasts are not the only one to bear this brunt always!!! The trend is continuing and now they also try weird names on their offspring too😄😛😉😂