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AFROTROPICAL Heathland Fynbos

The Fynbos of southern Africa hosts several endemics, including the iconic Sugarbirds...

Family Phasianidae

Pternistis capensis, 'Cape Spurfowl' (Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens).

Family Coliidae: Mousebirds

Colius striatus'Speckled Mousebird' (Avian Leisure Cape Town).

Family Pycnonotidae: Bulbul

Pycnonotus capensis'Cape Bulbul', (Avian Leisure Cape Town).

Family Sturnidae: Starlings

Onychognathus morio'Red-winged Starling' (Avian Leisure Cape Town).

Family Muscicapidae: Old World Flycatchers, Chats

Melaenornis silens'Fiscal Flycatcher', (Avian Leisure, Cape Town).

Family Promeropidae: Sugarbirds

Promerops cafer'Cape Sugarbird', (Avian Leisure, Cape Town).

Family Nectariniidae: Sunbirds

Cinnyris chalybeus'Southern Double-collared Sunbird', (Avian Leisure, Cape Town).

Nectarinia famosa, 'Malachite Sunbird', (Avian Leisure Cape Town).

Family Fringillidae: Finches

Serinus canicollis, 'Cape Canary' (Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, South Africa).

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My first trip after the virus is as Expedition leader in Tasmania with Coral Expeditions (March), followed by my role as biologist guest lecturer on the Great Barrier Reef (April) and Expedition Leader in the Kimberley (in May). If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.