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Aves Eastern Cape Birding Tour / Safari photographs.

These are species that could be seen on the Aves Eastern Cape Birding Tour / Safari / Adventure.
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Cape Robin-Chat - Cossypha caffra - Brown/Greyish above, White eyebrow, rump and tail orange with black centre. Breast orange with belly grey. Legs black, eye dark. A common resident.

The beautiful Cape Robin-Chat can be seen on the following Aves Tours / Safaris: -

Aves Eastern Cape Tour / Safari.

Aves Highlands / Tembe Tour / Safari.

Aves KZN Tour / Safari.

Aves North East Tour / Safari.

Aves North West Tour / Safari.

Aves Western Cape Tour / Safari.

Aves West Coast Tour / Safari.





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