Friday, January 04, 2008

Updated Bird List

Sekororo Garden Bird List 2006/7 updated
Birds seen more than 3 times perching in garden (with Roberts numbers)

1. 71 Cattle Egret
2. 81 Hamerkop
3. 94 Hadeda Ibis
4. 127 Black-shouldered Kite
5. 128 African Cuckoo Hawk
6. 136 Booted Eagle
7. 154 Lizzard Buzzard
8. 169 Gymnogene
9. 171 Peregrine Falcon
10. 172 Lanner Falcon
11. 203 Helmeted Guineafowl
12. 352 Red-eyed Dove
13. 354 Cape Turtle Dove
14. 355 Laughing Dove
15. 358 Emerald-spotted Wood-dove
16. 359 Tambourine Dove
17. 361 African Green Pigeon
18. 373 Grey Lourie
19. 382 Jacobin’s Cuckoo
20. 385 Klaas’s Cuckoo
21. 386 Diederik Cuckoo
22. 391 Burchell’s Coucal
23. 392 Barn Owl
24. 401 Spotted Eagle Owl
25. 409 Mozambique Nightjar
26. 424 Speckled Mousebird
27. 432 African Pygmy Kingfisher
28. 433 Woodland Kingfisher
29. 435 Brown-hooded Kingfisher
30. 437 Striped Kingfisher
31. 438 European Bee-eater
32. 444 Little Bee-eater
33. 451 African Hoopoe
34. 452 Red-billed Woodhoopoe
35. 457 African Grey Hornbill
36. 458 Red-billed Hornbill
37. 459 Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill
38. 464 Black-collared Barbet
39. 473 Crested Barbet
40. 475 Scaly-throated Honeyguide
41. 487 Bearded Woodpecker
42. 522 Wire-tailed Swallow
43. 527 Lesser-striped Swallow
44. 538 Black Cuckooshrike
45. 541 Fork-tailed Drongo
46. 545 Black-headed Oriole
47. 548 Pied Crow
48. 568 Black-eyed Bulbul
49. 576 Kurrichane Thrush
50. 580 Groundscraper Thrush
51. 613 White-browed Scrub-robin
52. 655 Green-capped Eremomela
53. 672 Rattling Cisticola
54. 683 Tawny-flanked Prinia
55. 689 Spotted Flycatcher
56. 696 Pallid Flycatcher
57. 701 Chin-spot Batis
58. 710 Paradise-flycatcher
59. 711 African Pied Wagtail
60. 713 Cape Wagtail
61. 733 Red-backed Shrike
62. 740 Puffback
63. 744 Black-crowned Tchagra
64. 748 Orange-breasted Bush Shrike
65. 751 Grey-headed Bush Shrike
66. 753 White Helmeted Shrike
67. 761 Plum-coloured Starling
68. 764 Cape Glossy Starling
69. 791 Scarlet-chested Sunbird
70. 801 House Sparrow
71. 804 Southern Grey-headed Sparrow
72. 807 Thick-billed Weaver
73. 810 Spectacled Weaver
74. 811 Spotted-backed Weaver
75. 819 Red-headed Weaver
76. 821 Red-billed Quelea
77. 829 White-winged Widow
78. 831 Red-collared Widow
79. 840 Blue-billed Firefinch
80. 842 Red-billed Firefinch
81. 844 Blue Waxbill
82. 855 Cut-throat Finch
83. 857 Bronze Mannikin
84. 858 Red-backed Mannikin
85. 860 Pin-tailed Whydah
86. 862 Paradise Whydah
87. 864 Black Widow Finch
88. 867 Steel-blue Widow Finch
89. 869 Yellow-eyed Canary
90. 884 Golden-breasted Bunting
91. 885 Cape Bunting
92. 886 Rock Bunting

1. 55 White-breasted Cormorant
2. 58 Reed Cormorant
3. 63 Black headed Heron
4. 99 White-faced Duck
5. 102 Egyptian Geese
6. 115 Knob-billed Duck
7. 142 Brown Snake Eagle
8. 140 Martial Eagle
9. 148 African Fish Eagle
10. 417 Little Swift
11. 418 Alpine Swift
12. 529 Rock Martin
13. 940 Yellow-billed Kite


Owlman said...

Glad to see you're back up and blogging. I'd love to see some photos of your garden birds some time as well as an update on your landscaping projects. Any thoughts on sticking up a Eagle Owl or Barn Owl box?

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