…A Study of Botswana in Monotone III…

Roosting – Guinea fowl are such characters of the African bush.  They run around in groups and constantly squabble, but always seem the best of friends!  Here they are settling down for the night.

[Canon 500D, ISO200, 1/1250 @ f/5.6, 200mm]

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5 comments on “…A Study of Botswana in Monotone III…”

  1. Love this! I thought they were vultures at first 🙂

  2. Your description reminds me of those funny birds in Queensland. Can’t think of the name! It starts with an “m” I think…or a “q”?? But they live in noisy groups and squabble a lot and try to sit as close as possible to each other.

  3. Neither….Finally!!! I got it: Apostle birds. Remember those?

  4. M or q!!! Ha! I was thinking “Monastery birds” — nearly….


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