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Gregor

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OK, here is a Goliath Heron from Ruaha, hope you like it.

 

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I tag @@Morkel Erasmus (or Morkel can´t you persuade Steve, Rachel or Gabriella to contribute here?)

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A brand-new one especially for this thread. From today: Red-Crested Pochard     I tag @@TonyQ

It is flying right at me! What a catch, @@TonyQ. Well done!   This is closer to home. In fact, about 2 blocks from my home. We are approaching this time of year again. Spring is coming.    

Thanks @@JohnR   Here's a white-backed vulture coming in to land, with his full landing gear and attack systems out to get a prime spot at the carcass.     Let's ask @@Tomas to post a bird pict

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Morkel Erasmus

Thanks @@Gregor for the nomination.

Whitebacked vultures squabble over an elephant carcass, northern Kruger National Park.

 

 

I'm not sure who else has been nominated before, but how about @@Peter Connan

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I am honoured @@Morkel Erasmus.

 

Here's a Greater Flamingo touching down at Strandvlei:

 

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I am taking a chance here as I have not seen @@twaffle post many birds, but I am sure we all would like to. How about it Hillary?

 

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