Explore The Birds, Diving, and more!

2517. Emerald-spotted Wood-dove (Turtur chalcospilos) | resident across eastern and southern Africa

The Bird of the Week – Week 97 – Emerald-spotted wood-dove

White-backed Mousebird, Colius colius. Africa

White-backed Mousebird (Colius colius) is a large species of mousebird. It is distributed in western & central regions of southern Africa from Namibia & southern Botswana eastwards to Central Transvaal & the eastern Cape.

African_Finfoot2_22-08-06.jpg (2154×1477)

African_Finfoot2_22-08-06.jpg (2154×1477)

▪ Un pájaro, en la lírica calma del mediodía. ~~~~~~~~ JUAN RAMÓN JIMÉNEZ. ~~~~~~~ ¤ Pájaro Troupial Naranjo. Se encuentra en Guyana, Brasil, Paraguay, Ecuador, Bolivia y Perú.

Troupial bird - National bird of Venezuela. It is found in Guyana, Brazil, Paraguay and eastern Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru.

Rare White-headed Vulture

White-headed Vulture (Trigonoceps occipitalis) is an Old World vulture endemic to Africa. Poor baby looks like he lost his hat

Ground Hornbill © Fred von Winckelmann

Cover Shot competition: Week Top 5 (plus your favourites) - Africa Geographic

A Speckled Mousebird (Colius striatus) on Aloe petricola, native to Sandstone and Granite outcrops of the Lowveld (Limpopo Province and Mpumalanga), South Africa.  Winter, July 2008. https://www.flickr.com/photos/martin_heigan/2725073635/

A Speckled Mousebird (Colius striatus) on Aloe petricola, Limpopo Province, South Africa

Yellow Bird with an Attitude - taken in MalaMala, South Africa -  photo by Jonathan Stoller (Copyright) - Nikon 5000  Copyright © 2012 Jonathan Stoller. All Rights Reserved.

Yellow Bird with an Attitude - taken in MalaMala, South Africa - photo by Jonathan Stoller (Copyright) - Nikon 5000 Copyright © 2012 Jonathan Stoller. All Rights Reserved.

Pinterest
Search