African Birds

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African Birds

  Welcome to our South African suburban garden in Pretoria!

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Identify and learn more about the various birds and animal visitors to the birdfeeder in our city garden in Pretoria on Allen Birdcam, �� Allen Birdcam  ��
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Some examples of various birds and regular animal visitors to our birdfeeder:ℹ
Large Spotted Genet - Genetta tigrina
Wahlberg's epauletted fruit bat - Epomophorus wahlbergi
Lesser Bushbaby - Galago moholi
African grey hornbill (Lophoceros nasutus)
Grey go-away-bird - Corythaixoides concolor
Ring-necked dove (Streptopelia capicola)
Cape sparrow (Passer melanurus)
Arrow-marked babbler (Turdoides jardineii)
Speckled Mousebird - Colius striatus
Cape starling - Lamprotornis nitens
Red-winged starling - Onychognathus morio
Black-collared barbet - Lybius torquatus
Green wood hoopoe - Phoeniculus purpureus
Burchell's coucal - Centropus burchellii
Crested barbet - Trachyphonus vaillantii
Black-headed weaver - Ploceus melanocephalus
Karoo thrush (Lyster) - Turdus smithi
Common bulbul (Laniarius ferrugineus)
Southern boubou (Laniarius ferrugineus)
Speckled pigeon - Columba guinea
Hadeda ibis (Bostrychia hagedash)

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Hi there Allen. That's an interesting enterprise you have going.

I take it that you artificially feed birds because of the destruction of natural habitat or is there another reason for your approach to bird food?  

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