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Namibia-Windhoek Canaries/Passer sp. (1 Viewer)


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1 & 2 (same bird) might be a black-throated canary (more photos available)

#3 Might be a yellow canary? Or could be an immature weaver?

The best I can do on #4 is passer sp. [Edit: Now thinking this might be an non-breeding Southern Red Bishop] DSC_0009.JPG DSC_0018.JPG DSC_0065.JPG M1-5 Passer sp..JPG
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