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African Paradise - Flycatcher. - Terpsiphone viridis. Male sitting next to nest with young. After feeding he would sit and look at them .
Green -Backed Heron. - Butorides striata. Caught here skulking around the edge of a pond in a residential garden.Photo by Peter Webb
African Paradise - Flycatcher. - Terpsiphone viridis. Male feeding two youngsters, they were mobile out of the nest 2 days after this shot was taken. Mobility was only walking up branches etc. not flying.Photo taken by Peter Webb
Speckled Mousebird - Colius striatus, seen here sunning itself, this is often done early morning late afternoon. Often find whole flocks just hanging in bushes all facing the sun.
Olive Sunbird - Cyanomitra olivacea. Confined to the very eastern parts of the country, north of PE.its habitat is forests.
Namaque Sandgrouse in a near midair collision. Photo taken in Namibia by Peter Webb
A white - winged Widow . Euplectes albonotatus. Seen here protecting his territory by chasing out intruders . In the winter they lose their black plumage and end up looking a little like a plain brown non descript bird .
Cape Grassbird - Sphenoeacus afer. An endemic resident.
white - fronted bee - eater. Merops Bullockoides.
common, hawks insects from open perches.
Yellow - Billed Stork - Mycteria ibis. seen here looking for prey. using its feet to disturb the bottom and its beak will snap closed on any unfortunate prey.
Yellow - Billed Stork - Mycteria ibis.
A white - winged Widow . Euplectes albonotatus.
Little Sparrowhawk. - Accipiter minullus.
singly in densely wooded situations-very secretive.Photo taken by Peter Webb
possibly a female red chested cuckoo - Cuculus solitarius.
Lesser Moorhen - Gallinula angulata. Uncommon to locally common resident.Photo by Peter Webb
Dwarf Bittern - Ixobrychus sturmii. Caught here on the wing. An uncommon resident and visitor.Photo taken by Peter Webb
A brood of young Cape Robin chats - Cossypha caffra. The nest was about 40 cm off the ground
A Spotted flycatcher - Muscicapa striata. A common summer visitor. Hawks insects from a branch. has the habit of flicking its wings while calling.
European Honey Buzzard - Pernis apivorus. A rare summer visitor to South Africa - Feeds on wasps nest and honey comb.Photo taken by Peter Webb
Greater Kestrel - Falco rupicoloides. A Common resident in SA.Photo by Peter Webb