Africa Wild Bird Book: Comments & Suggestions

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Re: Comments and Suggestions

Post by Dewi » Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:17 pm

Yes it is ExFmem. Well spotted. \O ........TOKOOOOOO....... =O:
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Post by Toko » Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:18 pm

:O^ :O^ :O^

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Post by Toko » Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:33 pm

BTW: Did you:
Male Ludwig’s Bustards more prone to collisions with overhead power lines than females. =O:

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Post by Lisbeth » Sat Mar 09, 2013 6:57 pm

When I click on the Finch Cut-throat in the index, nothing happens -O-
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Post by Lisbeth » Sat Mar 09, 2013 7:09 pm

I have a nice juvenile fork-tailed drongo, if you want one ;-)

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Post by Toko » Sat Mar 09, 2013 7:12 pm

Lisbeth wrote:When I click on the Finch Cut-throat in the index, nothing happens -O-
Sapperlot -O- Try again, please

^Q^ ^Q^ ^Q^ Of course, we want the cutie drongo O:V

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Post by Lisbeth » Sat Mar 09, 2013 7:30 pm

Now it works! ;-) \O
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Post by Toko » Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:13 pm

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Can anyone please have a look 0/0 We would need all these to complete our existing entries =O: =O: =O:

Red-headed Finch female
Cape Rock-Thrush female
Cape Longclaw female
Gorgeous Bush-shrike second pic
Crested Guineafowl chicks
Wattled Crane another pic of entire bird
Pin-tailed Whydah, female and non-breeding male
Narina Trogon, female
Hooded Vulture, juvenile, nest
Red-billed Quelea, breeding close-up
White-bellied Sunbird female
Comb Duck ducklings
Long-tailed Paradise-Whydah, female and non-breeding male
African Goshawk, female
Jacobin Cuckoo, dark morph
Village Weaver, female
Namaqua Dove, female decent pic
White-headed Vulture flight pattern adult male
Collared Pratincole, non-breeding
Pink-throated Twinspot, female
Spectacled Weaver, male and female front view
Grey Tit-flycatcher, another pic
Cape Sparrow, female
Greater Honeyguide adult
Great Spotted Cuckoo adult
Meve's Starling another pic
Half-collared Kingfisher better pic
Wahlberg’s Eagle pale and ruff morph, flight pattern
South African Shelduck, decent pic of female, chicks
Cape Vulture flight pattern
Red-collared Widowbird female, male breeding and non-breeding
Black-throated Canary male and female better pics
Spotted Eagle-Owl nest, chicks
House Sparrow female
Greater Flamingo close-up
Lesser Kestrel not flying
Common Peacock female
Natal Spurfowl male with spurs visible and female
Mountain Wheatear better pic
Cardinal Woodpecker male
Cape Cormorant on land
Peregrine Falcon, back visible
Cape Batis, back and side
Rock Kestrel another pic
Booted Eagle not flying
Lesser Jacana not blurred
Southern Black Korhaan female
Denham's Bustard male and female
Monotonous Lark side view
Black-faced Waxbill female
Dusky Indigobird all sorts
Lark-like Bunting front or side
Grey Waxbill decent pic
Marico Sunbird female
The Chestnut-backed Sparrowlark female
Shikra another pic and flight
Black Harrier not flying
African Crowned Eagle adult and flight pattern
Buff-streaked Chat female
Olive Woodpecker not blurred
Tropical Boubou side and back
Southern Pied Babbler
Squacco Heron good pic not flying
Yellow Bishop female
Amethyst Sunbird female
Bearded Vulture
Black Cuckooshrike male
Scarlet-chested Sunbird female
Great Sparrow female
Yellow-bellied Eremomela
Yellow-billed Egret breeding
Lesser Spotted Eagle in flight
Yellow Weaver female
African Firefinch
Klaas's Cuckoo adult
African Broadbill
Lemon-breasted Canary
Southern Brown-throated Weaver female and non-breeding male
White-winged Widowbird
African Wild Green Eagle not flying
African Cuckoo Hawk
Various ducklings
Nests and eggs of all species
juvenile vultures
Amur falcon flight pattern
Jackal and Steppe Buzzard flight pattern
Nest of Secretarybird

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Re: Comments and Suggestions

Post by Lisbeth » Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:52 pm

White-faced Duck juvenile (very juvenile)
Cardinal Woodpecker male (maybe :-? )
Meve's Starling another pic (maybe :-? )
Pin-tailed Whydah, female and non-breeding male
Village Weaver, female (maybe :-? )

I'll put them on the ID thread ;-)
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Re: Comments and Suggestions

Post by ExFmem » Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:00 pm

That is VERY helpful! Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. I was trying to figure out what was needed, but found the task too daunting. Will have a look and see what I may be able to come up with.

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