Monday, August 14, 2006

Namibia Birds, Ehi Rovipuka Conservancy

I think this is a corn weaver.

Francolins (everybody's favorite)
Another weaver.

This is why they call them weavers.
I didn't really expect hummingbirds in the dry Northwest of Namibia. But here is the sunbird, that seems very similar. It was feeding on the little purple flowers in the bottom of the pic. (The red are seed pods, not flowers.)
Time to go!

A shocked hornbill.
Rosy faced lovebirds, perched right behind the camp.

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