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Black-faced Babbler   (Turdoides melanops)   Ian n. White

Black-faced Babbler (Turdoides melanops) Ian n.

canaries oiseaux | Crithagra sulphuratus (Brimstone canary, Bully canary)

South Africa where it occurs mainly in coastal areas. Not threatened

Caspian Plover                 Charadrius Asiaticus                   Asiatiesestrandkiewiet

Caspian Plover Charadrius Asiaticus Asiatiesestrandkiewiet

Namaqua Sandgrouse (Pterocles namaqua)

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Short-Toed Rock Thrush (photo by Martin Benadie). This bird can be seen on our Southern African birding tours. Visit www.birdingecotours.co.za for more info.

Short-Toed Rock Thrush (photo by Martin Benadie). This bird can be seen on our Southern African birding tours. Visit www.birdingecotours.co.za for more info.

Wildlife and community volunteer holiday - Cape Town, South Africa

Birds on the South Coast of South Africa (Carmine Bee Eater)

Eremomela scotops (Green-capped eremomela) Alexander Yates

Eremomela scotops (Green-capped eremomela) Alexander Yates

Lesser Jacana              Microparra Capensis               Dwerglangtoon

Lesser Jacana south of Xaro Lodge, Botswana, Microparra capensis.

Greater Honeyguide. Kruger National Park. The Shangaan proverb, ‘When the Honeyguide sings, ‘follow the one who calls you, he will bring you good fortune’. Many traditional belief systems hold that should the ancestors decree, the Honeyguide will lead a person to great fortune. On the other hand, the bird will lead wrong-doers to their deaths in the bush – for instance, into a pride of lions or to a poisonous snake.

Greater Honeyguide. Kruger National Park. The Shangaan proverb, ‘When the Honeyguide sings, ‘follow the one who calls you, he will bring you good fortune’. Many traditional belief systems hold that should the ancestors decree, the Honeyguide will lead a person to great fortune. On the other hand, the bird will lead wrong-doers to their deaths in the bush – for instance, into a pride of lions or to a poisonous snake.

The Red-headed Finch (Amadina erythrocephala) (also known as the Paradise Finch or the Red-headed Weaver) is a common species of estrildid finch found in Africa. It has an estimated global extent of occurrence of 1,600,000 km². It is found in Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Red Headed Finch - In our garden at the bird hotel.

White-fronted Plover                    Charadrius Marginatus                  Vaalstrandkiewiet

White-fronted Plover Charadrius Marginatus Vaalstrandkiewiet

https://www.facebook.com/pages/THI%C3%8AN-NHI%C3%8AN-K%E1%BB%B2-TH%C3%9A/171150349611448 Chim Nuốc Narina; Họ Nuốc-Trogon; châu Phi | Narina trogon (Apaloderma narina) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm)

https://www.facebook.com/pages/THI%C3%8AN-NHI%C3%8AN-K%E1%BB%B2-TH%C3%9A/171150349611448 Chim Nuốc Narina; Họ Nuốc-Trogon; châu Phi | Narina trogon (Apaloderma narina) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm)

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