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- Dave Shedman
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- Joined: Sat Aug 09, 2008 5:58 am
- World Life List: 372
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- Latest Lifers: Eastern Clapper Lark, Red Capped Lark, Spike Heeled Lark, Orange River Francolin
NOT African Reed Warbler!
- Location: West Rand, Johannesburg
When we first saw this bird I thought it was a Southern Boubou, because of the throat colouring, but then realised it was too big. Mariana insisted it was Burchell's Coucal but I wasn't so sure. However, when we got home and checked up, sure enough, that's what it turned out to be, a juvenile Burchell's Coucal. Photographed at Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens, December 26th 2008.
Found a dead wading bird.Took it home, parcelled it up, and sent it off to the rubber-faced irritant Phil Cool with a note inside which read: “Is this your Sanderling?”
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