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Pipit, Tree

Identify and index birds in Southern Africa
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wildtuinman
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Pipit, Tree

Unread post by wildtuinman » Mon Feb 08, 2016 8:22 am

Surprised that there is not a Tree Pipit thread yet.

It is a rare palearctic breeding visitor to South Africa in woodland glades.

First up - an individual from Rustenburg last February.

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And then this one was located in Pretoria on Friday.

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Re: Pipit, Tree

Unread post by Albert » Mon Feb 08, 2016 12:02 pm

Great images WTM!

Err, can we add the second bird to the Stiffnecks yearlist? :lol:
Latest lifers: Red-necked Falcon, Pygmy Falcon, Chat Flycatcher, Shaft-tailed Whydah, Double-banded Courser, Temminck's Stint, Red-necked Phalarope, American Golden Plover.


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