Saturday, November 11, 2006

Gardens on the wild-side

Having a wild-garden with wild grasses, indigenious trees and shrubs has it's benefits with birds but snakes also enjoy the environment. A black mamba, boomslang and brown house snake wa seen in the garden for November alone!!

I took this photo of Arrow-marked Babbler in a shrub near the fence. They are a noisy bunch but do warn you when there is a snake around when they make a huge commotion.


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