Friday, January 04, 2008

GREAT SUMMER BIRDING!

Just watched the Gymnogene raid the Paradise Flycatcher's nest in our Boabab tree!
New additions to garden bird list (thanks to birding visitors Tony & Marilyn from Australia) are the White Throated Swallow and the Black Saw-wing.
We drove up to Magoebaskloof and ticked the Bat Hawks once more, Olive Bush Shrike, Starred Robin and Grey Cuckooshrike.
Cape Glossy Starling
Cape Glossy Starling

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