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Duke trip to South Africa

                                            Bird Page
We saw many birds, some familiar, many new.

Yellow Billed Hornbill

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Gray Crowned Crane  These birds are fairly common and do an interesting mating dance.  I hope I can find a photo of that event.

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Red Billed Oxpecker   This little fellow is on the back of a Rhino.  His job is to collect and eat the insects that bother the Rhino.

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Tawney Eagle on limb-1

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Tawney Eagle 2.  Same bird but brought close with telephoto lens.

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Tawney Eagle 3

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BlackHeaded Orial    This is not a very good photo and I should remove it.  Below this photo is what the Black Headed Orial should look like.

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Pin Tailed Hydah
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Lilac Breasted Roller,  Green head, purple breast, blue lower breast and wings.

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Bald Headed Fish Eagle

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Bird eating apple at swimming pool in Cape Town first night I think.

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Bird On Table Mountain in Capetown

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African Penguines









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