Soukous

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About Soukous

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    It's flat, it's windy, it's Suffolk
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    Africa, Photography, Wildlife, if life could be an endless safari that would be perfect.

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  1. Congratulations on breaking 200 @Peter Connan I'm still a bit behind you but there are 3 weeks to go.
  2. #188 Laughing Dove (Spilopelia senegalensis) South Luangwa NP, Zambia. Oct 2017
  3. Southern Carmine Bee Eater South Luangwa NP, Zambia. Oct 2017
  4. #187 Lapwing (Vanellus vanellus) Boynton, Suffolk, UK. Nov 2017 Unlike Africa that has so many different Lapwings, we have just 1 species in the UK.
  5. Kestrel Butley, Suffolk
  6. #186 Reed Bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus) Butley, Suffolk, UK. Nov 2017
  7. #185 Redshank (Tringa totanus) Shingle Street, Suffolk, UK. Nov 2017
  8. #185 Black Tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa) Boynton, Suffolk, UK. Nov 2017
  9. #184 Teal (Anas crecca) Boynton, Suffolk, UK. Nov 2017
  10. Just a brief update: I have communicated with Track & Trail River Camp about them charging a park fee of US$30. They told me that ZAWA (Zambian Parks Authority) had advised them the park fee would be increased from US$25 to US$30, so that is what they published. The park fee has not actually gone up yet, so they are still charging US$25, like everyone else. As a side note, I suggested that the savings made by using one of the cheaper lodges outside the park could be put towards staying longer or paying for a private vehicle. Wildlife Camp charge US$200 per day for a private vehicle & guide Track & Trail charge US$375 for the same service. Quite a difference.
  11. At the time we saw it my guide insisted it was a Diederik Cuckoo. But we heard Klaas's Cuckoo calling the next day and when I got a chance to check my photos it was indeed Klass's not Diederik. Either one would have been a first for me, so I was happy either way.
  12. #183 Striped Kingfisher (Halcyon chelicuti) Majete NP, Malawi. Nov 2017
  13. #182 Klaas's Cuckoo (Chrysococcyx klaas) Majete NP, Malawi. Nov 2017
  14. #181 This one had me baffled. In the end I decided it was a male Long Tailed Paradise Whydah in non breeding plumage. (Vidua paradisaea) Majete NP, Malawi. Nov 2017

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