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Kruger Sunset...

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Raptors...

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Some of my bird shots...

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Unread postby Bush Baptist » Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:32 pm

Carmines :mrgreen: stevebocher.

I have seen 2 in Kruger, both for only long enough to ID them briefly. First on the S100 (where are you WTM) in April nogal, and the other on the Pkop - Skuk tar road in December. Both took off as I was stopping and flew over the bonnet, roof and wee gone.

But I promise to post the first Kruger photo of one that I get.
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Unread postby stevebocher » Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:59 pm

Bush Baptist wrote:Carmines :mrgreen: stevebocher.

I have seen 2 in Kruger, both for only long enough to ID them briefly. First on the S100 (where are you WTM) in April nogal, and the other on the Pkop - Skuk tar road in December. Both took off as I was stopping and flew over the bonnet, roof and wee gone.

But I promise to post the first Kruger photo of one that I get.

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European swollow.......

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Kudu and bush buck

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Tortoise meal…

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Re: European swollow.......

Unread postby Jose » Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:01 am

stevebocher wrote:Post subject: European swollow....... [img]<...>[/img]

No offence, stevebocher, but looks like wire-tailed swallow to me?

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Re: European swollow.......

Unread postby francoisd » Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:13 am

Jose wrote:No offence, stevebocher, but looks like wire-tailed swallow to me?

Correct Jose. European swallows have a reddish throat and black breast band.

Nice photo of the Wire-tailed swallow non the less stevebocher
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Re: European swollow.......

Unread postby stevebocher » Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:15 am

Jose wrote:
stevebocher wrote:Post subject: European swollow....... [img]<...>[/img]

No offence, stevebocher, but looks like wire-tailed swallow to me?

thank you... no offence taken...
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Re: European swollow.......

Unread postby stevebocher » Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:41 am

francoisd wrote:
Jose wrote:No offence, stevebocher, but looks like wire-tailed swallow to me?

Correct Jose. European swallows have a reddish throat and black breast band.

Nice photo of the Wire-tailed swallow non the less stevebocher

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The wire-tail from the other side.....

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