Words can not describe the world-class photographic opportunities for passionate Bird Photographers created by thousands of nesting Carmine Bee Eaters.
They dip into the cool waters of the Zambezi River for a drink, they swiftly catch insects and bring it to their nests that are only a few meters away from the photographers, their territorial fights normally start on the ground to be continued as areal battles as they patrol the sky against a setting African sun.
All of this under the constant threat of different birds of prey looking for their next meal. What is more they share the Zambezi sky with around 480 other bird species.
The best way to obtain the water based images is from a CNP Specialised Photography boat with all the land nests within a short walking distance.