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  1. Delichon dasypus Mother Leaving Her Nestlings Photographed at 12:38 pm on 28 July, 2016 at the Baohe Dam, Hanzhong, China using an EOS 1D X camera and an EF 135mm f/2L telephoto lens. ISO 400, 1/320 sec., f/5.6. 135mm focal length, handheld Manual exposure. ****************************************************************************************************** While visiting the Shimen Plank Road, which is cantilevered over the Bao River near Hanzhong, Shaanxi Province, in central China, the Baohe Dam was encountered with substantial infrastructure. Under a concrete ceiling two unfledged Delichon dasypus, Asian House Martin, nestlings were repeatedly fed by their mother whose visits were remarkably rapid.
  2. LBJ's etc. - let's learn southern Africa's lesser know birds ! It would be great if everyone interested could list a picture of a bird and where it occurs in southern Africa. If you know the name, even better, else other may have a go and help. These bird often do not sit still for a long period and knowing them before you travel may be the best way to spot them and identify them. I will start: Zitting Cisticola (images from internet) Call sounds like "zitting". Brown above with heavy black streaks, belly white, tail broad / fanning, flicking tail.

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