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173. Wire-tailed Swallow, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi NP. July 

 

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10. Flame Robin. Strahan, Tasmania. October    

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3. Green Rosella. Strahan, Tasmania, March.  

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174. Woolly-necked Stork, Tembe Elephant Park. July

 

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175. Yellow Bishop, Strandfontein. August

 

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176. Yellow Canary, Marrick Farm, South Africa. July

 

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177. Yellow-billed Duck, Marievale Bird Sanctuary. August

 

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178. Yellow-billed Hornbill, Manyoni Conservancy, South Africa. July

 

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179. Yellow-billed Kite, St Lucia, South Africa. August

 

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180. Yellow-billed Stork, Manyoni Conservancy, South Africa. July

 

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181. Yellow-breasted Apalis, Tembe Elephant Park. July

 

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182. Yellow-fronted Canary, Manyoni Conservancy, South Africa. July

 

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183. Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird, St Lucia, South Africa. August

 

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184. Yellow-throated Longclaw, St Lucia, South Africa. August

 

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Tdgraves

@Treepol so funny that you got similar birds to me in the same places that we went to! Not envious of your trip report writing though....

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Elsa Hoffmann

Wow - great set of images. I have never seen the yellow long claw - its a beautiful bird!

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13 minutes ago, Elsa Hoffmann said:

Wow - great set of images. I have never seen the yellow long claw - its a beautiful bird!

 

Yes, me neither.

 

Great collection of Yellows and Whites!

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Dave Williams

Australia must have a multitude of species to shoot you past the 200! I'm even considering coming over myself in the next year or so.

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Galana

As others. A great and colourful finale for your trip. 16 to go and reachable I am sure.

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Zim Girl

Well done on reaching 100 - nearly up to 200!!

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PeterHG

Great multicontinent selection @Treepol ! I had only been away  from the thread for some 10 days and suddenly there were pages and pages of good Australian and African birds.

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I am just catching up- I was away for a couple of weeks and come back to loads of new birds! I am only on 88 so it will take a while. A really good variety and beautiful photos.

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Well done on reaching 100, and 104 the Lesser Striped Swallow is a beauty.

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Wow @Treepol, many thanks for the link. We have just spent the afternoon looking at these photographs, and what a pleasure it has been. It is impossible to choose one particular photograph as they are quality.

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@CDL111 thank you for your kind words

 

@TonyQthanks for taking the time, I'm sure you have seen most of these yourself!

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