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Some birds of Namibia


theplainswanderer
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Recently in Namibia for 21/2 weeks and managed to see and photograph some lovely species - most new for me

 

Double-banded Courser - Etosha National Park

African Hoopoe - Etosha National Park

Monteiros Hornbill - Kamanjab, Namibia

Greater Kestrel pair - Etosha National Park

Northern Black Koorhan - Etosha National Park

Crimson-breasted Shrike - Etosha National Park

White-teailed Shrike - Kamanjab, Namibia

Sociable Weaver - Solitaire, Namib Desert

African Red-eyed Bulbul - Namib Desert

Lesser Flamingo - Walvis Bay, Namibia

 

David Taylor

Brisbane, Australia

 

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Agree - especially like the Hoopoe photo!

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Great photos!

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Superb photos @@theplainswanderer - words fail me.

 

The Hoopoe photo is amazing and the Hornbill portrait is outstanding as well. Love the Courser too.

 

Thanks for sharing them with us - so glad you had a good Safari.

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