Saturday, November 24, 2012

1/4 of a thousand +1

This morning Gina, Pietro and myself headed to Monduli to have a go at forest birds. Forest birding is difficult. Most of the time you hear the birds but you don't see them, and in my quest to be a better birder I really don't want to record a bird just by its call. Fortunately we found a fruiting fig tree and spent some time watching some really spectacular birds. I should note that the Brown-hooded kingfisher and Grey-Olive Greenbul were seen in the Burka forest.

Grey-olive Greenbul
Brown-hooded Kingfisher
Mountain Buzzard
Hartlaub's Turaco
Cinnamon Bee-eater
Common Scimitarbill
Black Saw-wing
Mountain Greenbul
White-eyed Slaty Flycatcher
Bronze Sunbird
Montane White-eye
Speke's Weaver
Yellow-bellied Waxbill
Purple Grenadier

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