Birds, Mammals and Reptiles of South Africa

This group requires a hosting team. If you are interested in hosting this group, you can find out more here :

Recent Work

  • BUTTERFLY SERIES - Natal Acraea by Magriet Meintjes
  • Piercing Eyes by Donald  Mavor
  • Cheeky by Donald  Mavor
  • Teeth In The Long Grass by Donald  Mavor
  • Into the colour by Donald  Mavor
  • Reflecting by Graeme  Hyde
  • The Perfect Yawn by Michael  Moss
  • These tree branches are my leopards world! by Anthony Goldman
  • Heart to heart by Anton Alberts
  • love you too... by Anton Alberts
  • African hoopoe by Anthony Goldman
  • Inquisitive Stripes by Donald  Mavor

About This Group

This group is dedicated to showcasing wildlife photography of mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, insects, arachnids, invertebrates, and wild flowers indigenous to Southern Africa. All photography must be taken within the borders of any of these Southern African countries *NAMIBIA / BOTSWANA / SOUTH AFRICA / ZIMBABWE / ZAMBIA / Would you like to host this group?

Sometimes, for whatever reason, a group is left without any active hosts. If you’d like help with hosting this group this is what you need to do:

  1. Find a minimum of one other group member who would like to host the group with you as a team. You could do this via bubblemail or by asking for volunteers in the group forum.
  1. Write to us with the usernames of yourself and at least one other person to become hosts, and include a link to the group.
  1. After we instate the new hosting team, we will ask you all to join the Friends of Redbubble group and have a read of the host manual before you get started.
  1. We discourage people from hosting bucketloads of groups, so if you already have quite a few groups on your hosting résumé and this one isn’t particularly close to your heart, please consider encouraging some of the other group members to give hosting a go.
  1. This message was added June 2016

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