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

Kenya - Masai Mara 3 (1 Viewer)

Sasquatch Fingers

International Man of Leisure
Was there a limit to the number of birds you can put in one post? A community norm without an official limit? It's been years, I should probably go back and review the rules.

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B - Shorebird I
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C - Shorebird II (or still I?)
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D - Shorebird III?
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E - Which Plover?
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F - African Pied Wagtail?
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G - Lappet-faced Vulture?
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H - Question Marks
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I - Which Starling?
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J - Raptor
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L - Yellow Pectoral LBJ... a little yellow in the supercilium?
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M - Which Raptor?
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Here's what I have so far-
B- Common sandpiper
C- Wood sandpiper
E- Three banded plover
G- Hooded vulture
J- Bateleur
F- Tropical boubou
H- Sooty chat
I- Rüppell's starling

Edit- L- Yellow mantled widowbird, non-breeding male/female.
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A is a lark, I'm going to tentatively suggest Singing Bush Lark
B is a Common Sandpiper
E is Three-banded Plover
F looks like Tropical Boubou. African Pied Wagtail has a thinner bill, among other things.
L could be Euplectes sp.
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