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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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  1. DB - Grey-capped Warbler

    DB - Grey-capped Warbler

    Taxanomically considered to be an abberant Cisticola I think. I also think they're great little birds.
  2. DB - Grey-capped warbler

    DB - Grey-capped warbler

    A new one for the database, there should be three shots to choose from.
  3. Abbott's Starling.

    Abbott's Starling.

  4. DB Straw-tailed Whydah

    DB Straw-tailed Whydah

    Had no sooner driven through the gate when we came across this male displaying next to the road.My husband was videoing out of the one window that we could get open in our haste - so I was left limbo-ing through the glass to get this!Hope it is of some use for the database anyway!
  5. Saddle Billed Stork Portrait

    Saddle Billed Stork Portrait

  6. Thick-knee eating giant millipede

    Thick-knee eating giant millipede

  7. Secretary Birds

    Secretary Birds

    This is a circa 40% crop of the original image to emphasize the 'facial expressions'
  8. Zanzibar Red Bishop

    Zanzibar Red Bishop

    The smaller of Red Bishops,
  9. Rufous-crowned Roller

    Rufous-crowned Roller

  10. Purple Grenadier

    Purple Grenadier

  11. Pink-backed Pelican

    Pink-backed Pelican

  12. Malachite Sunbird

    Malachite Sunbird

    Database gap
  13. Moorland Chat

    Moorland Chat

    Database gap. This bird has a yellow gape which is not referred to in some of the guide books to the region. Also know as Alpine Chat
  14. Olive Thrush

    Olive Thrush

    A highland thrush, and another database gap.
  15. Streaky Seedeater

    Streaky Seedeater

    An African highland finch.
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