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Galana's fourth effort. "Never mind the quality feel the width".


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The drought has broken and with no new COVID cases for 24 days I thought I would throw a small party for my Avian friends. So I set off to my 'tree' and had such a cheerful morning that I am plea

So we have now arrived in Kibale Forest National Park and staying at the homely Chimpanzee Forest Guest House a few km from the HQ where Jo will trek her Chimps. We will simply bird the main road

A veritable hit to pass the #370 mark. 370/IOM70. Indian Peafowl. We have a feral free-winged population that are increasing. They started of course when a local 'big cheese' had a flock but

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3 hours ago, PeterHG said:

Beautiful Redstart photos, @Galana!

Thanks @PeterHG

I am almost ashamed of them as I know I can do much worse.:D

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Lovely Redstart piccies. The challenge now is to maintain that standard. :P

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7 hours ago, Soukous said:

The challenge now is to maintain that standard. 

Kind of you to say so but I can't let my fans down.:wub:

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18 hours ago, Galana said:

I can't let my fans down

 

Wow! those stones are in really sharp focus. Maybe if you focused on the stones the bird would be sharp. :P

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1 hour ago, Soukous said:

Wow! those stones are in really sharp focus.

Thanks for the tip. Maybe I should go for the Sea Holly too?

Or stick to bigger birds?

 

Went out in the sunshine today and was pleased to find some Whoopers (14) have returned/ A bit miffed as their normal field has standing Maize in it so they were lurking over the hedge waiting for it to be cut.

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On 11/19/2020 at 2:24 PM, Galana said:

Rock Pipit dressed for display.

Update on the bejeweled Pipit above.

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Manx Ringing Group tell me this bird was ringed at the same spot on 1st November 2016 and had not been heard of since then. So was he hiding or touring for those four years?

My suggestion that he would perhaps have had problems getting airborne with all those rings weighing him down fell of stoney ground!B)

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On 11/21/2020 at 8:59 PM, Galana said:

Kind of you to say so but I can't let my fans down.:wub:

 

Tack sharp .... stones :D!

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