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


  1. Heuglin's Spurfowl

    Heuglin's Spurfowl

  2. Rufous Flycatcher-Thrush

    Rufous Flycatcher-Thrush

  3. Standard-winged Nightjar

    Standard-winged Nightjar

    Not to disturb nocturnal birds I use a torch adjusted to diffuse light. Later on the computer I lighten up the image.
  4. Rufous-chested Swallow

    Rufous-chested Swallow

  5. Yellow-eyed Bristlebill

    Yellow-eyed Bristlebill

  6. Kidepo Lark

    Kidepo Lark

    The Kidepo Lark along with many other species previously treated under the genus Mirafra, is now treated under Corypha, more specifically Corypha kidepoensis. This was declared in last years big 'lark update' by experts Per Alstrom and Paul Donald...
  7. Chimpanzee


  8. Chimpanzee


    Let me explain you.....
  9. African Darter

    African Darter

  10. White-backed Heron

    White-backed Heron

  11. Black-collared Apalis

    Black-collared Apalis

    Little gems of the Ugandan forests
  12. Grey Kestrel

    Grey Kestrel

  13. African Open-billed Stork

    African Open-billed Stork

  14. Red-headed weaver ♂

    Red-headed weaver ♂

    Race: leuconotus
  15. African Paradise-Flycatcher ♂

    African Paradise-Flycatcher ♂

    Black morph
  16. Chimpanzee


    It's Friday !!!!
  17. Brown-throated Wattle-eye

    Brown-throated Wattle-eye

  18. Chestnut Wattle-eye ♀

    Chestnut Wattle-eye ♀

  19. Chestnut Wattle-eye ♂

    Chestnut Wattle-eye ♂

  20. White-crested Turaco

    White-crested Turaco

  21. Hartlaub's Turaco

    Hartlaub's Turaco

  22. Hartlaub's Turaco

    Hartlaub's Turaco

  23. Chocolate-backed Kingfisher

    Chocolate-backed Kingfisher

    The 13.02.2024 was a lucky day for my group and me . We could find the three kingfishers that I am posting today in the Budongo Forest. Two of them - the African Dwarf and the Chocolate backed Kingfishers are normally very shy and very difficult to find.
  24. African Dwarf Kingfisher

    African Dwarf Kingfisher

  25. African Pygmy Kingfisher

    African Pygmy Kingfisher