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Family Birding trip Botswana


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Sharing a nice article written by Jeffery Gettleman of the NYT who was previously stationed in India and Kenya. 

Explore the African Wilderness with Bird-Watching in Botswana
Halfway through our birding safari in Botswana, my wife, our two sons, and I had somehow identified more than 150 winged species—no small feat for a family that had only recently taken up bird-watching as a hobby. We’d spotted giant kingfishers, pied kingfishers, and woodland kingfishers (the boys are big on kingfishers). We’d seen spindly saddle-billed storks and graceful herons, bee-eaters, sunbirds, and a difficult-to-find Pel’s fishing owl, with its orange feathers and black, marble-like

Read in Travel + Leisure: https://apple.news/AJPglU_mBQ9GV8Lvmpk8-Qw

Shared from Apple News

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Good article.   I deliberately stopped halfway through, in order to savor it some more tomorrow.


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