Sondela is a birders paradise, with hundreds of species of birds of which I only managed to photograph a few.
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Male Red-headed finch.
Female Red-headed finch.
This guy was waiting for an open spot at the bird feeder, while he waited he had a snooze among the thorns. Those thorns are as vicious as they look, yet giraffe and other browsing antelope manage to pluck the tenderest leaves from among them.
These Crested Francolin were photographed as the sun rose, with a slow shutter speed, thus the blurred bird in the middle.
Swainson's Spurfowl, there are several coveys of these birds here on the farm where I live.
White-crested Helmet-shrike. While I was at Sondela I photographed three different types of shrike, the Crimson-breasted shrike, the Grey-headed shrike and these.
Another view of the White-crested Helmet-shrike.
This is a juvenile eagle of some sort the closest ID I could get was one of the snake eagles.