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Bird ID Johannesburg South Africa 6/2018 (1 Viewer)

Stephen Powell

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I would appreciate some help identifying these birds Johannesburg South Africa. Thanks in anticipation!
 

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frogstar

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1. Not sure
2. Karoo Thrush Turdus smithi
3. Cape Robin-Chat Cossypha caffra
4. Cape Robin-Chat Cossypha caffra
5. Red-headed Finch Amadina erythrocephala
 

Andy Hurley

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I didn't see Cape Weaver since too long, may be. By the way, do you think this individual is properly identified ?

I also disagree with ID. It has red eyes and too much black in the face. I would suggest adult male non-breeding Southern Masked, or Village. Tending towards Southern Masked, though due mantle pattern. It is still in transition, hence the black, I think. I think Otto Addo is just in range. Quite a lovely game park too.
 

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