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STEVE PECK CELEBRATES BIRDING AT NAPIER

Posted on the 21st November 2018

The BirdLife Overberg year-end function was very entertaining as we invited seven members to showcase their favourite photographs taken during the year. They were all invited to select their own themes for their 10 minutes presentation and we will feature their images as we go along. We post this mostly for the benefit of members who could not attend the function.

First up is Steve Peck who presented images of birds found in and around his home patch of Napier. Remember to join Steve for a morning's birding in and around Napier on Saturday 1 December. Get details from Anton at birding@overberg.co.za

Pintailed Whydah trying to impress her
Juvenile African Stonechat
Cape Bulbul feeding a fledgling
A vagrant Lesser Spotted Eagle over Napier being harressed by ravens - an extremely rare sighting for the Western Cape
Jessie Walton confirmed that this is a "Cape Buzzard"
Little Rush Warbler at Napier sewage works
Red Bishop with itch
Spur-winged Goose goslings all in a row
A very wet Black-bellied Bustard in the Kruger National Park

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