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Saw-wing, black

Unread postby Johan van Rensburg » Tue Apr 01, 2008 12:37 pm

Black saw-wing, Psalidoprocne holomelaena

This swallow is fairly common along the eastern parts of Southern Africa, all the way from the northern parts of Kruger down along the coast and the adjacent interior to the southern Cape.

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