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Cape Sugarbird (1 of 5)
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A new bird family for me and therefore one of the reasons to visit S Africa.
Added: 710 days ago by: Remco
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Forest Canary
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Probably the worst picture in the SASOL guide; yet easily recognised by its bright yellow brow, grey cheek and heavily striped back.
Added: 710 days ago by: Remco
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Eurasian Jackdaw 2
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It didn't take long for the whole crew to dig in.
Added: 710 days ago by: Remco
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Eurasian Jackdaw 1
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On a misty afternoon, these Jackdaws had my 'kruidnoten' (a Dutch treat) on their mind.
Added: 710 days ago by: Remco
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Bank Vole Myodes glareolus 2
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On Vlieland
Added: 710 days ago by: Remco
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Bank Vole Myodes glareolus (1 of 4)
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A very active individual with an unhealthy interest in a cycling path - and its own tail!
Added: 710 days ago by: Remco
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South Georgia Shag
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Incredibly tame, like all creatures found at South Georgia.
Added: 711 days ago by: Remco
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Cattle Tyrant
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While shopping.
Added: 711 days ago by: Remco
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Grey-necked Woodrail
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Interesting sighting in a small park, though Straneck's Tyrannulet and Tropical Parula were more appreciated - as well as the 100+ Trudeau's Tern along the northern end of the boulevard.
Added: 711 days ago by: Remco
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Whistling Heron
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No doubt catch of the day ...
Added: 711 days ago by: Remco
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Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross
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After seeing this one, I only need Amsterdam Albatross to complete the set..
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Bee-eater
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Bee-eater at Seaburn, County Durham, November 2012
Added: 714 days ago by: jwasse1973
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Magellanic Woodpecker (9 of 9)
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Note the reddish-brown facial mask of the female, as well as the longer, more curled crest compared to the male.
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (8 of 9)
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Watch how the male makes way for the female. giving up his prime feeding spot.
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (7 of 9)
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Up close!
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (4 of 9)
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The female usually fed on smaller, sometimes even thin, branches, while the males preferred the tree trunks.
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (3 of 9)
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Introducing trip photographers Wesley, Paul and Hendrik-Jan.
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (2 of 9)
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Watch the second male in the far right: it flies towards the first (foreground) male to disappear behind the same tree trunk.
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Magellanic Woodpecker (1 of 9)
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Two males and a female were watched for over 1.5 hour, an absolute trip highlight!
Added: 714 days ago by: Remco
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Flightless Steamerduck
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Easily recognised by its call :-)
Added: 716 days ago by: Remco
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