K is for Kudu

This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is K.   We saw this marvelous creature in the Okavango Delta in Botswana.   Kudus are a woodland antelope and can be found in eastern and southern Africa.

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About TBM

TB Markinson is an American living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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34 Responses to K is for Kudu

  1. Teeeheeee….. Kudu believe it!!! 😉 **

  2. T.F.Walsh says:

    Just learned something new… cool shot

  3. fgassette says:

    Another animal I have never seen before. Great choice for K challenge.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  4. Kristina says:

    Beautiful, I didn’t really know what Kudu was 😀

  5. 2e0mca says:

    Kudos for the Kudu – Good Choice 🙂

  6. niasunset says:

    I have learned something new too…. I loved the photographs… especially the birds on him! Thank you dear TBM,

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  8. I just noticed the birds! Great shot. 😉

  9. xandimusic says:

    great photo TBM. excellent!
    have a nice day,
    xandi

  10. The Hook says:

    Incredible form on that creature!

  11. Fergiemoto says:

    Wow, how interesting, and I like how the birds are hitching a ride on him! I’ve never seen a kudu before, so I learned something new. A fantastic entry for “K”!

  12. dadirri7 says:

    fantastic photos, beautiful kudu!

  13. frizztext says:

    the first Kudu I’ve seen was a drawing in a book of my great son aged 4;
    the Kudu bayby tried to escape a panther – and was saved by an elephant 🙂

  14. buddhafulkat says:

    I love those spiraling antlers!

  15. Robyn says:

    Great shot! I love the birds attached to him/ her

  16. Look at those horns. Mother Nature does know how to take care of its creatures. There seems to be an order and a meaning for all things under the moon – such as the exquisite profile of this gracefully beautiful antelope.

    • TBM says:

      I agree with you. Each time I go out in nature, I’m amazed. I don’t always understand the reason, but I am in awe of the power.

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