See all Safaritalk Special Offers

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Flycatcher'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Categories

  • Articles
    • Forum Integration
    • Frontpage
  • Pages
  • Miscellaneous
    • Databases
    • Templates
    • Media

Categories

  • New Features
  • Other

Forums

  • Travel Talk
    • Safari talk
    • Lodge, camp and operator news
    • Safaritalk Special Offer Safaris
    • Trip reports
    • Trip Planning
    • Self driving
    • Health issues
    • Travel News
  • Trip Resources
  • WildlifeTalk
    • African wildlife
    • Indian wildlife
    • World wildlife
    • Birding
    • Research / scientific papers
    • Newsletters
    • Organisations and NGOs
  • Photography Talk
    • General discussion
    • Your Africa images
    • Your India images
    • Wildlife images from around the world
    • Articles
    • Your Videos
  • Features
    • Interviews
    • Articles
    • Safaritalk Debates
    • Park talk
  • Safaritalk - site information
    • Forum Help topics
    • General information
    • Site news, updates, development

Found 3 results

  1. African Dusky Flycatcher Photographed at 7:17 am on 22 January, 2013 in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, using an EOS 1D X camera and an EF 200mm f/2.8L IS telephoto lens + EF 2x extender. ISO 100, 1/400 sec., f/5.6, 400mm focal length, handheld Manual Exposure. ***************************************************************************************************** Once in a great while during a game drive a bird will unexpectedly pose very near the safari van, whether from curiosity or indifference I don't have any well-founded idea. This Muscicapa adusta, African Dusky Flycatcher, was such a bird. When pushing the shutter I feared the clicking sound might cause it to fly off, but that wasn't at all the case.
  2. Hi together We are planing a trip to southern Tanzania next July/August. We would like to stay 9 nights in Ruaha. We are traveling with our own guide/driver and our own car. But is it worth to do the lodge activities for 3 days, then we are willing to park the car. More would be to expensive, I think. 3 nights should be at Tandala Tented Camp. It is not so expensive and I get a lot of recommondations. For the other 6 nights, we are looking for 2 other lodges and it's difficult to decide. Of course, the lodges shouldn't be all in the same area of the park. We have to choose out of the following camps. Others are to expensive. Kwihala Camp Mwagusi Camp Flycatcher Camp, Old Mdonya River Camp Ruaha River Lodge We get some recommondation to not go to Old Mdonya River Camp cause there are lots of Tsetse flys and it is not a good game drive area. But it is not so expensive (in comparision with Kwihala and Mwagusi) and there should be lot of animals going through the camp. Ruaha River Lodge is relativly huge and not that far away from Tandala. At least, they share the same game view area along the river. Flycatcher is at the other side of the Ruaha River and I have no idea, how the game is there. And I don't know where to cross the river. And there aren't lot of reviews of the camp. Mwagusi and Kwihala: I think we are going with one of them. But which one? Both are to expensive and they are in the same area. I really appreciate you help. Regards Stefan
  3. Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, August 2013

© 2006 - 2017 www.safaritalk.net - Talking Safaris and African Wildlife Conservation since 2006. Passionate about Africa.