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23rd February 2018 – Camps Bay, Cape Town

Nothing terribly adventurous today – just a walk along the beach in Camps Bay to the next bay at Clifton.

Masses of cormorants flying south and a few north – a mixture of Cape cormorants and a back bird with brown wings (probably a red-winged starling), a great black-backed gull, Egyptian geese which are obviously considered as pests locally, and a little egret.

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DSC08583Cape cormorant

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Cormorants of South Africa

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DSC08604Could this be a red winged-starling? – can’t wait to get my hands on a bird book

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DSC08702Egyptian goose

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Also saw some Cape wagtails along the main road in Camps bay.

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