Fork-tailed Drongo

One Perfect Moment

We watched, enthralled, as this scene unfolded – beautiful soft late afternoon light, a mildly irritated Lessser Spotted Eagle on a dead tree on the skyline being mobbed by several very vocal, agitated Fork-tailed Drongos. The drongos were unrelenting with their 4-to-5 note harsh chastisement, the eagle hissing and bill snapping – although not too

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Red-billed Oxpecker

Tracker Birds

Tracker birds introduces a really exciting new initiative “Tracker Mentoring” which is the brainchild of our good friends Dr. Kersey Lawrence and Lee Gutteridge. This series of on-line tracking courses is aimed at stimulating an interest in tracking among children, young people, adventure students and the general public as well as giving experienced trackers a

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African Pitta Time!

Well described as one of Africa’s ‘most wanted birds’, the African Pitta is a spectacular, vividly coloured bird. It occurs in deciduous thickets in the Zambezi River Valley in Zambia and Zimbabwe as well as along certain parts of the Luangwa River in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park and in northern Mozambique. It arrives to

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