Blue skies over the camp this week (Can you spot the bird?)
Returning from a birding drive last Sunday, Grant stopped just inside the mine gate for me to photograph this beautiful sky and the bird in the bare tree.
The Yellow-billed kite is distinguished from the other very common Black Kite, by its bright yellow bill, brown ear coverts and deeply forked tail. Yellow-billed kites are very common with a high-pitched shrill whinnying call.
A striking bird against the vibrantly blue East African sky
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