Posted on March 5, 2014
This entry was posted in Wakkerstroom and tagged Botha's Lark, South Africa, Wakkerstroom.
We filmed a flock of Lark’s feeding on flying termites in Dullstroom last year. It’s quite fascinating watching them feed up close.
We’re struggling to tell the difference between the Pink-billded Lark (Spizocorys Conirostris) and the Botha’s Larks (Spizocorys Fringillarus) and was hoping that someone with more experience could help us out.
You can find the video here: http://www.sofar.co.za/blog/feeding-frenzy
MG & Eras
What you have there are juvenile, female and males in non-breeding plumage of Pin-tailed Whydah, Long-tailed Widow and Masked Weavers.
Wonderful video clip!
Thanks, Casper. Looks like we were quite far off. Will have a look in the book tonight.
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