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Marievale - the photographer's guide

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140+ Pages •Size: 52mb • Type: Interactive PDF • Compatible with iPhone/iPad (use iBooks app) • Compatible with Andorid phones and Tablets (use Adobe PDF reader) • Compatible with Windows phones (use Adobe PDF reader)



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Might be a useful reference for anyone visiting - @Peter Connan when are you next going and will any STer's be with you?



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Peter Connan

Thanks for that link @Game Warden, I have down-loaded it and had a quick browse through. Some very good information (not to mention stunning photography) in there!


I last visited Marievale on the 3rd of June, and as I am rather snowed under at the moment, I probably won't be back before the migratory birds start arriving, unless somebody wants me to take them there.


I had some pretty good sightings of a couple of the shyer birds this time.


Black Crake:



African Rail:



And also some immature birds

Black Crake:



Common Moorhen:



Hottentot Teal:



and Little Grebe:



But the outstanding feature of my day was the number of Malachite Kingfishers I saw. Although they didn't perch as close as I have seen them in the past, there were plentiful and active!



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Nice photos @Peter Connan - particularly the adult Black Crake!



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Stunning images and beautiful light!

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Beautiful photos, @Peter Connan ! Please keep the e-book pdf as the link does not work for me.

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