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  1. What birds are you excited to see on Safari? 1 2 3

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  2. Let's see your latest Africa birding pics... 1 2 3

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  3. Tag a Safaritalker to post a birding photo. 1 2 3

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  4. Birds of Ghana 1 2 3

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  5. Mashatu Trip ID Thread 1 2

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  6. Best place to see a Pel's fishing owl? 1 2

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  7. Name the five birds... 1 2

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  8. Who has seen a crowned eagle? 1 2

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  9. South Luawnga plus Victoria Falls and Chobe

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  10. Chad Bird ID please help

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  11. Kruger 2012 Birds ID

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  12. What is your favourite African bird?

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  13. Martial vs Monitor

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  14. Help with bird ID from Ethiopia needed

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  15. Chobe River Bird Images Part 1 and 2

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  16. ID please

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  17. Help with Bird ID from Tanzania please

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  18. Best Places to Bird in Zambia

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  19. Unidentified

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  20. Birding in Uganda.

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  21. Eagle from Mana Pools, please help with ID

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  22. Raptor ID Cape Town

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  23. Another Kenya bird ID needed

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