Attitude

The fork-tailed drongo is a medium-sized bird at 25 cm in length, including the tail. The fork-tailed drongo has a mainly glossy black plumage, with the wings being a little duller. This bird has a large head with a hooked black bill and a red eye. The tail is deeply forked. The fork-tailed drongo can be easily mistaken for a southern black flycatcher as the two birds are very similar in appearance, except the drongo has a red eye and the flycatcher has a brown eye.
Info source URL: http://southafrica.co.za/fork-tailed-drongo.html
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The photo was taken 2018-10 at Drakensberg Sun, Winterton, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Attitude

Skittish

Helmeted guineafowl are characterised by their black or grey plumage with vivid white spots. Their bald faces and necks have blue skin with red wattles (males’ wattles are larger than those of the females). The beak is short and stout and there is a brown or orange helmet on their crown that has a triangular horn shape. These birds are omnivorous and they forage for food. They are opportunistic eaters and will dine on a variety of seeds, fruit, vegetables, snails, small mammals, worms, spiders, frogs, lizards, and small snakes. They usually feed in the early morning and late afternoon.
Info source URL: https://www.sa-venues.com/wildlife/birds_helmeted_guineafowl.php
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The photo was taken during September 2017 in Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Skittish

Trawling

Trawling
The sacred ibis’ body is almost completely white, with black feathers on its rump. The wings are edged with a black outline, which is only really visible when the birds extend their wings in flight. These wings also have some bare areas, in which the pink skin shows, both on the top and on the bottom.
Info source URL: https://www.sa-venues.com/wildlife/birds_sacred_ibis.php
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The photo was taken during October 2017 in Rietvlei Nature Reserve, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa.

Trawling