This blog has gone to the birds — African ones

This may be the first of several posts like this while I sort through photographs we took on our recent trip to Kenya and Tanzania. There are still elephants, lions, antelopes and many more animals to go in the 600 pictures I have saved out of more than 1,000 — not counting videos. As Laura said on the trip, “I just can’t stop taking pictures.”

And we’re not done with birds yet. I am still waiting for my bird identifier (that would be Kathy, who is now fully in the birder ranks) to finish other photos we have not traced down in our “Birds of East Africa” book. We probably will have some that we will need help on. Stand by.

Yellow-necked spurfowl
Yellow-necked spurfowl
Yellow billed stork
Yellow billed stork
Woolly-necked stork
Woolly-necked stork
Verreaux's eagle-owl
Verreaux’s eagle-owl
Spur-winged lapwing
Spur-winged lapwing
Secretary bird
Secretary bird
Lilac-breasted roller
Lilac-breasted roller
Helmeted guineafowl
Helmeted guineafowl
Hamerkop
Hamerkop
Great wite pelican
Great white pelican
Gray-headed kingfisher
Gray-headed kingfisher
Egyptian goose
Egyptian goose
Crowned lapwing
Crowned lapwing
Common squacco heron
Common squacco heron
Common fiscal
Common fiscal
African spoonbill
African spoonbill
African Jacana
African Jacana