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Whinchat
A common Palearctic migrant that is found across much of Africa, in areas that receive good rainfall or that aren't too arid.
Location
Nairobi National Park, Kenya
Date taken
February 2020
Scientific name
Saxicola rubetra
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LOL yeah... they quite like Scotland, so they certainly don't mind a bit of wet!!!

A fabulous picture you've taken of this lovely Winchat Mustafa - many thanks for showing him to us lad.
 
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A beautiful image of this Whinchat Mustafa and so nicely captured in that setting.
 
Lovely setting for this well detailed portrait, Mustafa.
 

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