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Peter Connan's small-to-medium year 2015


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Peter Connan

White-browed Sparrow Weaver

 

Near Clocolan

 

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Well, I guess with half the year gone, it's time somebody kick-started this topic.   As with last year, please feel free to correct any ID mistakes I may have made. Also, I apologise in advance that

Thank you @@michael-ibk   Red-billed Stork Swartkops, Gauteng 8 February       Red-eyed Dove Kempton Park, Gauteng 22 February       Grey go-away bird Kempton Park, Gauteng 22

28 February All seen inKempton Park, Gauteng.   Glossy Starling.   How to eat a grape: 1) Pick     2) Peel:   3) Swallow:   Crested Barbet:     And another Speckled Mousebird:

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And that, I think, probably concludes matters, except that I can't believe I never took a picture of an Olive Thrush. I see them in my garden daily...

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Oh my gosh Peter you have a year of IG photos!! So many favorites to mention. Im still looking but can't find your 2016 thread. Help!

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