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  1. Wood Sandpiper .

    Wood Sandpiper .

  2. Hammer Bat

    Hammer Bat

  3. Meyer's Parrot

    Meyer's Parrot

  4. Striped Ground-Squirrel

    Striped Ground-Squirrel

  5. White-browed Robin-Chat

    White-browed Robin-Chat

    Not the nicest scenery, however in many countries the houses need fences like this one with glas splinters and razor blade wire.
  6. Great Blue Turaco

    Great Blue Turaco

  7. Black and White Casqued Horbill

    Black and White Casqued Horbill

  8. Great Blue Turaco

    Great Blue Turaco

  9. African Harrier-Hawk

    African Harrier-Hawk

  10. Grey Parrot

    Grey Parrot

  11. Black-and-white-casqued Hornbill - Calao  joues grises

    Black-and-white-casqued Hornbill - Calao joues grises

    Another one, having breakfast in Entebbe Botanical Gardens, Uganda.
  12. Great Blue Turaco - Touraco gant

    Great Blue Turaco - Touraco gant

    In Entebbe Botanical Gardens, just posing for the shot...
  13. Black Kite UGANDA SER

    Black Kite UGANDA SER

    In our East Africa travels, we saw this brown bird in the air almost wherever we went including towns and cities. At a distance, it typically appears black against a sky background, but this photo shows some of its true color. It is the most widespread and commonly seen raptor in the area, and...
  14. Viellot's Black Weaver UGANDA SER

    Viellot's Black Weaver UGANDA SER

    This bird was in a small cattail marsh near the shore of Lake Victoria, Entebbe, Uganda
  15. Crowned Hornbill Taking off UGANDA SER

    Crowned Hornbill Taking off UGANDA SER

    I took this photo before breakfast on the grounds of the Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel in Entebbe, Uganda. Although this photo is blurred, it was my only glimpse of this species during three weeks in East Africa, and was taken 2-3 hours prior to my departure from Entebbe to Nairobi, and...
  16. Black-and-white-casqued Hornbill Mature Male UGANDA SER

    Black-and-white-casqued Hornbill Mature Male UGANDA SER

    This bird was high in a large tree at the Entebbe Botanical Gardens in Uganda. Next, I will upload a photo of what appears to be a mated pair of this species. In that photo the male's casque is much less developed suggesting it is a younger than the male in present photo.
  17. Red-eyed Dove UGANDA SER

    Red-eyed Dove UGANDA SER

  18. Woodland Kingfisher UGANDA SER

    Woodland Kingfisher UGANDA SER

    I took this photo on the grounds of the Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel in Entebbe on the final full day of our African photo safari in Tanzania and Uganda in 2008. This kingfisher species, and the Pied Kingfisher were the two species of kingfishers most commonly seen in our four weeks of...
  19. Black-headed Gonolek UGANDA SER

    Black-headed Gonolek UGANDA SER

    This shy bird was seen (easily, given its scarlet underside) in shrubby growth at the edge of Lake Victoria in an Entebbe lake-shore park.
  20. Hamerkop Nest  UGANDA SER

    Hamerkop Nest UGANDA SER

    This large structure was over a meter in each dimension, a most impressive bird nest. The birds had picked up trash to add to the nest. An entrance/exit can be seen. Photo quality is diminished by low light under the tree canopy, combined with sky back lighting.
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