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Jo Taylor 10 Mar 18
This ground hornbill is obviously ready for his close-up!
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Zach Hazard 23 Aug 17
This was really proud of this dirt.
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MGHP 16 Sep 17
We are now on instagram! Follow us at ground.hornbill
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Brittany Roembach 22 Nov 16
"What? I'm just playing in the leaves..."
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Franciscus 15 Aug 17
A juvenile southern ground hornbill from Kruger Park in South Africa
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PaddlesWorthDraws Aug 23
I just listed my Ground Hornbill illustration in my Etsy shop! Free international shipping!
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Africa Geographic 20 Jun 14
Taking the head on: a - Image by Arno Meintjes Wildlife Photography
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Charlotte Belland 3 Jul 17
Addicted to :) group singing in a tree with Ale Olivieri
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Kate Carstens 15 Jan 16
A new natural nest discovered in Timbavati. And look...it's active!
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Deepak Shankar Dec 3
Ground Hornbill. Its the largest Hornbill in the World. They get their name for their habit of walking on the ground as it feeds.
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Daniel Dalyop 23 Jun 15
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Charlie Lynam 17 Jan 16
Mating Ground Hornbills. Very rare sighting of this endangered bird.
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Jejane Private Nature Reserve May 20
Our breeding pair of Ground Hornbill in a tree with a magnificent sunset in the background. Thanks Jim Thomson for the picture.
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Marc Quireyns Oct 13
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WGGA Eye Centre 13 Jan 17
The bird who dares to fall, is the bird who learns to fly. Come fly with us @ WGGAEyeCentre
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Birdworld 5 Apr 16
Wow - that was a busy day. Time for a rest.
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Louise Pavid 25 Jun 17
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Tamsyn Carstens May 26
The in is home to a variety of beautiful Hornbills. The in partnership with the are successfully releasing Ground Hornbills back into the wild ❤️🙏
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Sabi Sabi 6 May 18
These two Southern Ground Hornbills were perching in a big Marula Tree, possibly on the lookout for their nest snack that might be hiding away on the ground amongst the vegetation.
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Thandi 3 Jan 18
What a way to start a day! Morning game drive with my godson❤️
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