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93 / Nam 75. African Hoopoe. Feb Etosha. Formerly considered a subspecies of the European Hoopoe and in fact it would be pretty hard to tell them apart.

 

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155 / Nam 137. Pel's Fishing Owl. Feb. Drotsky's Cabins, Botswana. If I had to name one highlight of our trip (there were many..) it would be finding the Pel's Fishing Owl. It took some effort, severa

108 / Nam 90. Gabar Goshawk. Feb. Etosha  

This one was already in the count, but I came across this beautiful juvenile Pale Chanting Goshawk, which was so cooperative.  

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94 / Nam 76. Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill. Feb. Etosha.  

 

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TonyQ

Great additions. The falcon is stunning.

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Peter Connan

Great teak-off shot of the Lanner!

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Kitsafari

Falcon pics were especially great!

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Zim Girl

Another vote for the Lanner Falcon pics, the Namibia collection is coming along nicely.

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Dave Williams

The Lanner shots make me so envious!!!

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michael-ibk

A wonderful collection, Peter! Sorry about your shoulder, get well soon.

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95 /Nam 77. Northern Black Korhaan. Feb. Etosha. 

 

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96 / Nam 78. Capped Wheatear. Feb. Etosha

 

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97 / Nam 79. Grey-backed Sparrow-lark. Feb. Etosha

 

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98 /Nam 80. Cape Crow. Feb. Etosha

 

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99 / Nam 81. Namaqua Sandgrouse. Feb. Etosha

 

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100 / Nam 82. Burchell's Courser. Feb Etosha. Yet another lifer and a beautiful one.

 

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TonyQ

A beautiful bird to bring up your 100. Well done- it has been a pleasure to follow your thread.

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Dave Williams

Great additions, happy memories for me too. Onwards and upwards to the next landmark number!

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michael-ibk

Congratulations on #100, Peter, and a really beautiful Courser to celebrate it!

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On 3/18/2018 at 9:53 PM, PeterHG said:

Martial Eagle. Feb. Etosha NP. One of the most impressive eagles for me..

@PeterHG, indeed, and another "thumbs up" for the terrific photo of the beautiful Lanner Falcon.

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101 / Nam 83. Blacksmith Lapwing. Feb. Etosha. 

 

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102 / Nam 84. South African Shelduck. Feb. Eotosha. The only ones we saw and too far off for a good photo.

 

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103 / Nam 85. Namaqua Dove. Feb Etosha

 

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104 / Nam 86. Crowned Lapwing. Feb. Etosha. Not as common as the Blacksmith Lapwing, but still we saw quite a few in Etosha.

 

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105 / Nam 87. Kori Bustard. Feb. Etosha.

 

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107 / Nam 89. Lappet-faced Vulture. Feb. Namibia. What an impressive size and perhaps even more so when it takes off.

 

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