Here are the answers to 1422
1) A Female Dusky sunbird - The only sunbird in this area M (br) Combination of glossy black throat and upperparts, and white belly distinctive. Pectoral tufts orange. M (non-br) Upperparts grey-brown, sometimes with a few blackish iridescent feathers (as well as on chin and throat). F. Upperparts grey-brown, chin to breast whitish grey, belly white.
2) A Grey-hooded Gull Unlikely to be confused with any other gull in the region with prominent grey hood (bordered by thin black line). Bill, legs and feet bright red; eyes yellowish white with red orbital ring. Non-br. Grey head paler, some birds almost white. Bill duller red and eyes whitish
3) A Tractrac Chat - Fortunately I could see it's tail The overall light colour, white rump, white tail with black tip and central tail feathers, are key distinguishing features.
4) A Crowned Cormorant Has a longer crest (which is retained throughout the year) and shorter, less graduated tail than Reed Cormorant. Found almost entirely in marine habitats. Br. Plumage glossy black, facial skin pink-red and eyes ruby red. Non-br. Paler and browner, facial skin pink-brown.
5) A JuvenileKelp Gull Juv. Overall blackish brown with buff fringes to upperparts. Bill black, eyes dark brown and legs and feet dark grey-brown.
6) Ruddy Turnstones - No problems here A distinctive short-legged wader with dark plumage on upperparts and orange coloured legs.
7) A Black-chested Prinia The broad black chest band diagnostic; only partly visible at change of seasons. Non-br. Lacks chest band. The yellowish belly, white throat and lack of a tawny wing panel, distinguishes it from Tawny-flanked Prinia
8 ) Sometimes one should stick to one's original id
A Hartlaub's Gull so everyone give yourself another point Slightly smaller than Grey-hooded Gull, has dark eyes (at all ages) and a shorter bill. The pale lavender-grey hood is not always evident and often only shows as a faint ring demarcating the lower edge. Non-br adults have white head and dull blackish red bill and legs. Occasionally hybridises with Grey-hooded Gull.
9) A larklike Bunting - One off the problem birds One tends to forget that if it looks like a lark it could also be a Bunting I took this pic early morning at the Quiver tree forest at Keetmanshoop These Buntings were singing al over the place A nondescript brownish bird with no bold diagnostic features. Has pale eyebrow and cinnamon wash to underparts
10) A White-throated Canary . Diagnostic features are the white throat, grey-brown breast, heavy bill and bright yellow rump
So after the answers maybe it wasn't so bad