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Demasius, E. 2010. Some birding notes on a trip to Etosha. Lanioturdus, 43(4): 3-4


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Some birding notes on a trip to Etosha.

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Summertime is bliss!! We at the coast note this very well as many inlanders invade the west. So what should we at the coast do? Make way for those heading west and head east ourselves. The destination was Etosha and what a great place to visit, no matter how often you’ve done it before or what time of the year it is, it still remains one of the top destinations to visit. And the renovated bungalows with breakfast included just add tornthe relaxing holiday charm. We arrived around lunch time entering the von Lindequist Gate near Namutoni. Our first stop was Klein Namutoni where White-backed Vultures flew in for a bath and to give three lonely Flamingos some company. The waterhole at Namutoni was full of Blacksmith Lapwings and at least ten pairs of South African Shelduck. I have never seenrnthem in such large numbers.

Year: 2010

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