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This was photographed at Gwahumbe Game Reserve in Mid-Illovo, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa
Thanks for all the help, much appreciated :-)
I did yes, I forgot I had another picture so I zoomed and cropped it
it is. the second picture proves it. I don't remember having seen that one before. Didiyou add it?
I think this just may be the Cape Chat Robin:http://www.biodiversityexplorer.org/bird...
Hi Noah Citizen, sorry for the late reply. I have searched this online and battled too, I'm going to have a look through a friend's bird guide to try figure this one out. You're right, it does look similar to a Cape Robin Chat, but I think yup fly catcher may be the one, just battling to find an image to confirm this though lol
flycatcher would be a good guess. but the is none apparently with these colors. it resembles the cape robin chat, but size is not correct... really good challenge! i am still searchibg
hum... I will have to find back my field guide for southern african bird and give it a try. There is so many endemic birds in South Africa, not counting the migrant... that's a challenge.
Thanks Liam, I tried searching species in South Africa, but there's so many. I'll have to ask around, thanks again for your input :-)
Really not sure on this one. I was thinking a type of Old World Flycatcher, but can't find a match. Try asking the folks on Birdforum.net.http://www.birdforum.net/forumdisplay.ph...
Spotted on Apr 16, 2012 Submitted on Apr 16, 2012
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