In that bitterly cold winter weather ,there were still some interesting species to see. While the space between the two countries was only the “no man’s land” strip of land; the birds were flying over it, in and out of the two countries. Others, like the Scaly-feathered Finch had their nests based in the “no man’s land”.
The Little Bee-eaters were out on display while a solitary Swallow-tailed one was on a wire perch enjoying the sun on the Botswana side.
The Little Bee-eater enjoying a snack from the other side of the border
Just perching for a brief moment - where to now.
South Africa or Botswana?
Swallow-tailed Bee-eater - enjoying the winter sun on the Botswana side
The strip of land between the fences - "No man's land"