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1) A femeale Montagu's HarrierRump white, hence referred to as 'ringtails'. Best distinguished from similar ♀ Pallid Harrier by smaller dark face patch that is confined more to rear of eye (less distinct below eye to base of bill). Streaking on neck reaches dark facial collar (white neck collar indistinct or absent
2) A Pale Chanting Goshawk Larger and paler grey than Dark Chanting Goshawk. Has longer legs and a pale grey patch in folded wing. In flight the distinctive white secondaries contrast with the grey primaries, and the upper tail coverts are whitish
3) A Juvenile African Jacana Adults distinctive with chestnut plumage and pale blue bill and frontal shield. Juv. Key features are the light grey bill, small grey frontal shield, and the dark brown crown and hind neck. Easily confused with adult Lesser Jacana, but is larger, has a light grey frontal shield (rufous forecrown in adult Lesser Jacana), and in flight, both adult and juvenile show no white trailing edge of secondaries. Black line through eye bolder
4) A Black CrakeUnmistakable with jet-black body, lemon yellow bill and bright red legs.
5) A White-crowned LapwingThe best distinguishing features separating it from African Wattled Plover are the black and white wing pattern, white breast and belly, and longer yellow wattles (lacking red at the base). Forehead and central crown is white and the long sharp carpal spurs are usually visible.
6) A Grey HeronThe white head and hind neck, with black eyebrow and plumes separates it from Black-headed Heron that has a black crown and hind neck. In flight the entire underwing appears uniform dark grey. The bill becomes bright orange and legs bright pinkish red at onset of breeding.
7) A Pygmy FalconThe smallest diurnal raptor in the region, about the same size, but stockier than Common Fiscal or Red-backed Shrike. M. Upperparts completely grey. F. Back is deep chestnut. Juv. Similar to respective adults but underparts are washed buff and back feathers fringed rufous.
8 ) A Juvenile Little Grebe Sides and front of neck dark rufous-chestnut; pale gape-spot distinctive. Eyes dark red. Non-br. Overall paler, chestnut on neck becoming brownish white. Juv. Like non-br ad with black streaking on head and neck.
9) A Burchells Sandgrouse Similar, males with grey faces and females, yellowish. Salmon-rufous underparts with bold white spots distinctive Female Distinguished from females of other sandgrouse sp by the salmon-rufous underparts and bold, white spots above and below.
10) A juvenile Pale chanting GoshawkHas overall brown plumage but paler than juv Dark Chanting Goshawk and barred below