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  1. Posing ...

    Posing ...

    Generally ... a difficult subject ... ... but this one allowed some decent image ... ... on the barbed wire ... albeit ... There were quite a few of them engaged in nesting activity ... in August _________________ Zitting Cisticola Village Mandoti Jhajjar Haryana India 8 August 2023
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    A few unknown birds from Gambia

    Hi, a have for quite a while had problems with a few identifications from a trip in February 2019 to Gambia. Hope you can brighten some lights on some of them. Photo 1: Assume this to be a Pink-backed Pelican. Photo 2 and 3: I feel this has to be a Wahlberg's Eagle, but somehow the jizz gives...
  3. The Patient Warbler

    The Patient Warbler

    This Warbler sat For a Long Time and, Didn't even tried to flew away Even after human interruption.
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    Singing Cisticola? (Mar. 2021, Nairobi, Kenya)

    I would appreciate thoughts on these Cisticolas.
  5. Fan-tailed warbler

    Fan-tailed warbler

    Taken early one morning while walking along the causeway across a marsh.
  6. Cisticola


    Disturbed by a flock of sparrows this warbler tumbled down from the bush I was watching. It was clearly very cross and upset.
  7. White-tailed Cisticola

    White-tailed Cisticola

    White-tailed Cisticola is an endemic species first described 1986. It is found in the Kilombero River swamps in the Ifakara region / Tanzania. The sp. is still awaiting formal description. See: https://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/species.jsp?avibaseid=69045C0B...
  8. Kilombero Cisticola

    Kilombero Cisticola

    The Kilombero Cisticola is an endemic species first described 1986. It is found in the Kilombero River swamps in the Ifakara region / Tanzania. The sp. is still awaiting formal description. See: https://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/species.jsp?lang=EN&avibaseid=43B615B323D453C8...
  9. Zitting cisticola

    Zitting cisticola

    Cisticolas are quite difficult to identify as they come under the heading of LBJs. I think this is a Zitting by the sound it makes. The other name is Fan-tailed Cisticola - I didn't see it fan its tail so I may be wrong! Taken at Avis dam, Windhoek, Namibia
  10. Cisticola


  11. Chubb's Cisticolas - Cisticoles de Chubb

    Chubb's Cisticolas - Cisticoles de Chubb

    In Ruhija, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda
  12. Zitting Cisticola

    Zitting Cisticola

    Adult. Common resident breeder of Singapore.


    The zitting cisticola or streaked fantail warbler (Cisticola juncidis), is widely distributed Old World warbler whose breeding range includes southern Europe, Africa (outside the deserts and rainforest), and southern Asia down to northern Australia. A small bird found mainly in grasslands, it is...
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  15. Plain Prinia Split

    Plain Prinia Split

    A inhabitant of the marshy grasslands the Plain Prinia is seen here at dusk doing a split.
  16. Zitting cisticola

    Zitting cisticola

  17. Zitting cisticola

    Zitting cisticola

  18. Golden-headed Cisticola

    Golden-headed Cisticola

  19. Levaillant's Cisticola

    Levaillant's Cisticola

  20. Zitting Cisticola

    Zitting Cisticola

    Adult breeding. Common resident breeder of Singapore. Settings: 1500mm ISO160 1/320 f/3.3 0EV 50% crop.
  21. Zitting cisticola

    Zitting cisticola

  22. The Senator

    The Senator

    From ancient Rome... a Zitting Cisticola
  23. Zitting Cisticola

    Zitting Cisticola

  24. Zitting Cisticola

    Zitting Cisticola

    A.K.A.-Fan-tailed Warbler. Common resident birds here in Okinawa. They're starting their display behavior making long high curved flights singing in flight rather than when perched. Usually the first birds I hear in the morning. Starts my day off nice!
  25. Chirping Cisticola

    Chirping Cisticola

    Bird was identified on call from a prominent dead tree in a large reedbed.