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Alan's photos of South African birds (1 Viewer)

Alan Manson

KwaZulu-Natal birder
Opus Editor
Trying to keep track of what I have out there ...

Coqui Francolin
Crested Francolin
Grey-winged Francolin
Red-winged Francolin; habitat
Natal Spurfowl
Red-necked Spurfowl
Swainson's Spurfowl
Common Quail; male female
Crested Guineafowl; portrait
Helmeted Guineafowl
White-backed Duck
Egyptian Goose
South African Shelduck
Spur-winged Goose
African Black Duck; another; pair
Yellow-billed Duck
Southern Pochard
Lesser Honeyguide
Brown-backed Honeybird; juvenile; juvenile fed by Lazy Cisticola host
Bennett's Woodpecker; female
Golden-tailed Woodpecker
Ground Woodpecker
Cardinal Woodpecker; another
Olive Woodpecker; another
Red-fronted Tinkerbird
Black-collared Barbet
Crested Barbet
Red-billed Hornbill
Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill
Crowned Hornbill
Trumpeter Hornbill
Southern Ground-Hornbill; juvenile
African Hoopoe
Green Wood-Hoopoe
Common Scimitarbill
European Roller
Lilac-breasted Roller; portrait
Malachite Kingfisher
African Pygmy-Kingfisher
Woodland Kingfisher
Brown-hooded Kingfisher; male; female; juvenile
Giant Kingfisher
Pied Kingfisher
White-fronted Bee-eater; yellow-throated morph
Southern Carmine Bee-eater
Speckled Mousebird
Red-chested Cuckoo; immature; fed by host
Black Cuckoo
African Cuckoo
Klaas's Cuckoo; female; juvenile
African Emerald Cuckoo
Diderick Cuckoo; front; male
Cape Parrot
Brown-headed Parrot
Alpine Swift
African Black Swift
Livingstone's Turaco
Knysna Turaco
Purple-crested Turaco
Grey Go-away-bird
African Scops-Owl
Verreaux's Eagle-Owl
African Olive-Pigeon
Eastern Bronze-naped Pigeon
Laughing Dove
African Mourning Dove
Cape Turtle-Dove
Red-eyed Dove
Emerald-spotted Wood-Dove
Tambourine Dove; male
African Green-Pigeon
Denham's Bustard
White-bellied Korhaan
Black-bellied Bustard
Grey Crowned Crane
Wattled Crane
Blue Crane
African Finfoot
African Rail
Black Crake
Wood Sandpiper
Curlew Sandpiper
Ruff
Red Phalarope
Greater Painted-snipe
Lesser Jacana
Black-winged Stilt
Pied Avocet
Three-banded Plover
White-fronted Plover; another
Blacksmith Lapwing; another
White-crowned Lapwing
Senegal Lapwing
Black-winged Lapwing; another; immature
Crowned Lapwing
Double-banded Courser
Bronze-winged Courser
Temminck's Courser
Collared Pratincole; camouflage
Grey-headed Gull
Franklin's Gull
Swift Tern
European Honey-Buzzard
Black Kite
Yellow-billed Kite; flight; another
Bearded Vulture; immature; habitat
Hooded Vulture
Cape Vulture
Lappet-faced Vulture
Black-chested Snake-Eagle
Brown Snake-Eagle
African Marsh-Harrier; composite
Black Harrier
African Harrier-Hawk
Gabar Goshawk
African Goshawk
Rufous-chested Sparrowhawk; flight
Black Sparrowhawk
Jackal Buzzard
Verreauxs' Eagle
Wahlberg's Eagle
Martial Eagle
Long-crested Eagle; in flight
Secretarybird
Amur Falcon; female
Lanner Falcon
African Darter
Reed Cormorant
Little Egret
Great Egret
Grey Heron
Goliath Heron; immature
Green-backed Heron
Hadeda Ibis
Southern Bald Ibis; in flight
African Sacred Ibis
African Spoonbill
Saddle-billed Stork
Yellow-billed Stork
African Openbill
Woolly-necked Stork
Black-headed Oriole
Square-tailed Drongo
Fork-tailed Drongo; immature
Blue-mantled Crested-Flycatcher
African Paradise-Flycatcher
Brubru
Black-backed Puffback; another
Brown-crowned Tchagra
Southern Tchagra
Southern Boubou; pair; another
Bokmakierie
Orange-breasted Bush-Shrike
Olive Bush-Shrike; female
Grey-headed Bush-Shrike
Retz's Helmet-Shrike; juvenile
Cape Batis
Woodwards' Batis
Chinspot Batis; male, female; female
Black-throated Wattle-eye; female
Cape Crow
Red-backed Shrike
Common Fiscal
Grey Cuckooshrike; another
Black Cuckooshrike; female
Drakensberg Rock-jumper; another
Cape Penduline-Tit
Grey Penduline-Tit; another
Grey Tit
Brown-throated Martin
Banded Martin
Barn Swallow; flock
White-throated Swallow; Immature; another
Wire-tailed Swallow
Blue Swallow
Greater Striped Swallow
Lesser Striped Swallow; in flight; feeding
Mosque Swallow
South African Cliff-Swallow; flight; another
Rock Martin; immature
Dark-capped Bulbul; leucistic
Sombre Greenbul; another
Yellow-bellied Greenbul; another
Terrestrial Brownbul
Eastern Nicator; immature
Fairy Flycatcher; another
Cape Grassbird; another
Long-billed Crombec
Burnt-necked Eremomela
Broad-tailed Warbler; another
Little Rush-Warbler
African Reed-Warbler
Lesser Swamp-Warbler; juvenile
Dark-capped Yellow Warbler
Yellow-throated Woodland-Warbler
Arrow-marked Babbler; portrait; another
Bush Blackcap; adult; immature
Layard's Tit-Babbler
Chestnut-vented Tit-Babbler
Cape White-eye; pair
Red-faced Cisticola; another
Lazy Cisticola
Grey-backed Cisticola
Wailing Cisticola; another
Levaillant's Cisticola
Croaking Cisticola
Neddicky
Zitting Cisticola
Pale-crowned Cisticola
Wing-snapping Cisticola
Tawny-flanked Prinia
Karoo Prinia
Drakensberg Prinia; another ; another
Rufous-eared Warbler; close-up
Bar-throated Apalis
Yellow-breasted Apalis
Rudd's Apalis
Green-backed Camaroptera
Rufous-naped Lark
Eastern Long-billed Lark
Large-billed Lark
Chestnut-backed Sparrowlark
Cape Rock-Thrush
Sentinel Rock-Thrush
Orange Ground-Thrush
Spotted Ground-Thrush
Groundscraper Thrush
Kurrichane Thrush; another
foraging
Olive Thrush; another
Southern Black Flycatcher
Spotted Flycatcher
Fiscal FlycatcherAfrican Dusky Flycatcher; another
Ashy Flycatcher
Grey Tit-Flycatcher
White-starred Robin
Cape Robin-Chat; juvenile; another juvenile
White-throated Robin-Chat
White-browed Robin-Chat
Red-capped Robin-Chat; another; immature
Chorister Robin-Chat
Bearded Scrub-Robin; another
Brown Scrub-Robin; immature
White-browed Scrub-Robin
Kalahari Scrub-Robin
African Stonechat; female; immature
Familiar Chat
Buff-streaked Chat
Mountain Wheatear; female
Capped Wheatear
Ant-eating Chat
Mocking Cliff-Chat
Red-winged Starling; female
Cape Glossy Starling
Greater Blue-eared Starling
Burchell's Starling
Pied Starling
Red-billed Oxpecker
Olive Sunbird; portrait; juvenile
Grey Sunbird
Amethyst Sunbird; female
Scarlet-chested Sunbird; female; juvenile; portrait; another
Malachite Sunbird; male
Collared Sunbird; female; juvenile
Southern Double-collared Sunbird; male; female
Greater Double-collared Sunbird
Neergaard's Sunbird
White-bellied Sunbird
Marico Sunbird
Purple-banded Sunbird; another
Gurney's Sugarbird; another; with bee
Cape Sugarbird
Red-billed Buffalo-Weaver
Lesser Masked-Weaver; male
Spectacled Weaver; male
Cape Weaver; female; orange variant
Southern Masked-Weaver
Village Weaver; another
Dark-backed Weaver
Red-headed Quelea
Red-billed Quelea; female
Southern Red Bishop
Yellow Bishop
Fan-tailed Widowbird
White-winged Widowbird
Red-collared Widowbird; another
Long-tailed Widowbird; female
Thick-billed Weaver
Orange-breasted Waxbill
Red-headed Finch; female; pair
Cut-throat Finch; pair
Swee Waxbill; female; immature
Green Twinspot
Common Waxbill; another
Violet-eared Waxbill
Blue Waxbill
Pink-throated Twinspot; male, female, immature
Red-billed Firefinch
African Firefinch; female
Jameson's Firefinch; female; another
Bronze Mannikin
Red-backed Mannikin; immature
Pin-tailed Whydah; female
Long-tailed Paradise-Whydah
Shaft-tailed Whydah
Dusky Indigobird
Purple Indigobird
Cuckoo Finch
House Sparrow
Cape Sparrow; female
Southern Grey-headed Sparrow; flight
Yellow-throated Petronia
Cape Wagtail
African Pied Wagtail
Cape Longclaw; with grass 1; with grass 2; in snow
African Pipit
Mountain Pipit
Plain-backed Pipit
Long-billed Pipit
Cape Canary; another
Yellow-fronted Canary
Forest Canary; female;
Yellow Canary; female
Brimstone Canary
Streaky-headed Seedeater
Drakensberg Siskin; female
Cinnamon-breasted Bunting
Cape Bunting
Golden-breasted Bunting
 
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