Publish Date: November 8, 2018
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Pale Flycatcher
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African Pied Wagtail
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White-headed Buffalo Weaver https://bit.ly/2YBJnR1
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Laughing Dove, the name is derived from the laughing character of its call https://bit.ly/2YBJnR1
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Speke's Weaver, the adult male has a black face mask extending from eyes downwards https://bit.ly/3befNDV
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Nubian Woodpecker has an intricate patterning, crown red in males, red and speckled black in females https://bit.ly/2YBJnR1
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Yellow-necked Spurfowl https://bit.ly/3ctHKIO
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African Goshawk, a large accipiter with highly variable plumage https://bit.ly/2WeUSuC
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Baglafecht Weaver feeding on Solanum mauritianum fruits https://bit.ly/2WeUSuC
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Klaas's Cuckoo https://bit.ly/3c0sJ18
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Grace Simms
Beautiful!
John White
Lovely birds! Lucky to have these in our garden in Cape Town from time to time 😀
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A male African Paradise Flycatcher, it's genus name Terpsiphone means " delightful voice"https://bit.ly/3c0sJ18
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Streaky Seedeater, backyard birding https://bit.ly/3c0sJ18
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Ruppell's Robin-Chat feeding in Gatamaiyu Forest,https://bit.ly/3bMevRi
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Olive-breasted Mountain Greenbul in Gatamaiyu Forest https://bit.ly/3bMevRi
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Grey Crowned Cranes in Maasai Mara Game Reserve https://bit.ly/2QJ3LuL
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A sub-adult African Fish Eagle circling along Mara River in Maasai Mara Game Reserve #birdphotography #birding #birdwatching #naturephotography https://bit.ly/2xd5D8k
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Yellow-billed Duck a dabbling duck with a clearly visible yellow bill https://bit.ly/2I3hUOE
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Immature White-eyed slaty Flycatcher https://bit.ly/32P8tMr
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Montane Oriole, similar to Black-headed Oriole but the upper side of central tail feathers is black https://bit.ly/32P8tMr
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African Green or Olive Ibis in Castle Forest Mount Kenya, one of the most rarely sighted among other species of Ibises in #Kenya, restricted in Montane forests of Mt.Kenya and Aberdare ranges https:/...View More
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