Here are the answers to 1425
1) A Reed Cormorant The only small inland cormorant. Br. Plumage glossy black (illustrated); bare yellow-orange skin turns red during courtship. Non-br. Overall paler and browner, eyes not as bright red
2) A Male Buff-streaked Chat
3) A Cape Bunting Key features are the rufous wings, grey belly, white throat and striped face
4)A Coqui Francolin The smallest southern African francolin. M. The head and neck pattern distinctive making identification easy. F. Superficially resembles Shelley's Francolin but is overall paler, has broader white eye stripe and is smaller.
5) A Brown-hooded Kingfisher The only kingfisher in the region with a brownish streaked head and upper breast. Confusion possible with smaller (and whiter) Striped Kingfisher which has a black/red bill. In flight, dark turquoise flight feathers conspicuous; underwing cinnamon
6) A Pair of Groundscraper ThrushesPale grey upperparts, lack of wingbars and preference for open woodland (not forest) habitat easily separates it from Spotted Ground Thrush
7) A Red-knobbed Coot All-black plumage with white bill and frontal shield conspicuous.
8 ) A Three-banded Plover The only plover in the region with a double black breast band.
9) A White-fronted Plover Overall lighter coloured than Kittlitz's Plover, thin black eye-stripe separates it from Kentish and Lesser Sand Plovers in non-br plumages. Browner above than Chestnut-banded Plover that lacks white hind collar. Legs greenish-grey
10) A Female Buff-streaked Chat The striking black face, throat and wings, with buff underparts distinguish it from all other species in the region. F. Orange-buff rump separates it from juv Capped Wheatear