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Cape White-eye

Zosterops capensis


Greyish underparts and green upperparts.


Forest and suburbian gardens.


This White-eye was feeding on the fruit of a cape ash, which attracts many species of birds and fruit bats of the region. Common resident and endemic. The call is a soft, sweet "tweee-tuuu-twee-twee", often repeated.

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Kei Heyns
Spotted by
Kei Heyns

Bitou Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa

Lat: -34.06, Long: 23.36

Spotted on Jun 5, 2012
Submitted on Jul 27, 2012

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