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Namibia Travel: How to Take Amazing Photographs in the Etosha National Park, Namibia: The Rainy Seas

Did you ever wake at night to eerie crying sounds of birds flying over your camp? We did, almost every year we lived in Etosha. And although we truly love our sleep, these interruptions delighted us & got us all excited, 'cause they were final signs that the rainy season had truly started. These nightly bird cries belong to greater and lesser flamingos, who spend the Southern winter at Namibia's coastal lagoons, particularly Sandwich Harbour & Walvis Bay. As soon as the rainy season kicks off in Etosha, they suddenly pack up & head for inland wetlands, such as the Etosha Pan in Namibia and the Makgadikgadi Pan in Botswana, in their thousands. How they know that Etosha's had good rain has lon

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