A Greater Striped Swallow

We were also fortunate to see a number of birds. Blue Cranes (Grus paradisea) congregated on the hills and in the river, a Reed Cormorant (Microcarbo or Phalacrocorax africanus) perched on a branch, wings outspread to dry them. On this occasion, however, I was captivated by a Greater Striped Swallow (Cecropis cucullata), quietly surveying the scene.

A Greater Striped Swallow (Cecropis cucullata), 15 March 2019. Copyright 2019 Forgotten Fields. All rights reserved.
A Greater Striped Swallow (Cecropis cucullata)

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