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KarenSaxton

Every spotting is a puzzle piece in the jigsaw puzzle of life. When the picture begins to appear, there is no reason to cease working.

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KarenSaxton cape buffalo
cape buffalo commented on by KarenSaxton Arusha, Tanzaniaa day ago

Thanks!!

KarenSaxton Silverbird
Silverbird commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzania2 days ago

Me too. It was driving me crazy as I knew I'd been told.

KarenSaxton Slate-coloured Boubou
Slate-coloured Boubou commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzania4 days ago

I'd come to that conclusion when I was looking up the silver bird, but I forgot to come back and fix it.
Thank you for the reminder

KarenSaxton Silverbird
Silverbird commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzania6 days ago

I finally remembered what the guide said(well, after going thru wikipedia's list of Tanzanian birds):. Silverbird

KarenSaxton bird
bird commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzania6 days ago

That makes sense, Thank you

KarenSaxton Spotting
Spotting commented on by KarenSaxton Kalimantan Barat, Indonesiaa week ago

Pretty sure by size and diameter it's not a moth, but it's cool

KarenSaxton Vervet aka blue ball monkey
Vervet aka blue ball monkey commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzaniaa week ago

In Kenya, we were parked at Nakuru while our guide went to do the paperwork. He warned us not to open the door or windows before he headed to the office. Next thing we knew, a vervet with tiny baby popped in HIS window and she went for his lunch that was on the seat. Took some doing but we mostly saved his lunch and scared her out, then managed to secure the window.

A few years later, we were in Vic Falls and my mom(who is getting on in years and isn't always as aware of her surroundings as she should be) had one start to climb up her leg. I saw it and chased it off as it had two hands on her ankle.

Little buggers.

In Kenya we had blue monkeys come up to our balcony and stare us down - our room windows were closed. Sorry guys, not today, we told them.

KarenSaxton Reichenow's Seed-eater
Reichenow's Seed-eater commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzaniaa week ago

Thank you

KarenSaxton Banded Mongoose
Banded Mongoose commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzaniaa week ago

Thank you. Had we not been lounging on the deck we wouldn't have seen them at all.

KarenSaxton Greenshank
Greenshank commented on by KarenSaxton Manyara, Tanzaniaa week ago

Thanks Zlatan, it was my first thought, but I'm horrible at local shorebirds.