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Old Sunday 2nd March 2014, 08:27   #1
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Birds from South Africa

These will be easy for anyone familiar with South African birds, but I'd appreciate the help. 5 in total
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Old Sunday 2nd March 2014, 09:13   #2
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These will be easy for anyone familiar with South African birds
you reckon!

number 4. is Cape Robin-Chat.

location within SA could be a big help with the others, including the vulture. 5. could feasibly be a species of Paradise Whydah, and 1. possibly something like Familiar Chat
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2 looks like a Cape Vulture
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the 1st one looks like a sought of wheatear
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2nd one re-headed finch 3rd one cape vulture 4th one cape robin-chat 5th one scaly-feathered finch?
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