Birds – Tanzania 2021 Download?A falcon of some kind, I think. Maybe be an African hobby. Waiting on ID. Download?Chanting-Goshawk of some kind Download?Eagle Download?Eagle Download?Eagle. Same bird. With enough photos I hope to make a positive ID. Coloring on this eagle can vary and may be confused with the Wahlbergs eagle. Still waiting for ID on iNaturalist. Download?Eagle Still waiting for ID - an eagle... Download?Unknown. I have no idea what this is but it looks like it should have enough markings to identify. Maybe a migrant. DownloadAfrican Fish-Eagle has landed. No fish near here. DownloadAfrican Fish-Eagle in flight DownloadAfrican Fish Eagle DownloadAfrican Fish Eagle DownloadAfrican Sacred Ibis DownloadAfrican spoonbill (L) African sacred ibis (R) DownloadAfrican Spoonbills (left) and Egyptian Goose (right) DownloadAugur Buzzard DownloadAugur Buzzard - note the red tail feathers. DownloadAugur Buzzard - note the red tail feathers. DownloadAugur Buzzard. In my experience, one food tucked up is a sign of contentment. DownloadBataleur - very distinctive eagle. The very short tale makes their flight unmistakable. DownloadBird butt DownloadBlack-bellied Bustard DownloadBlack-bellied Bustard. About half the size of the Kori bustard but still impressive. DownloadBlack-headed Heron DownloadBlack-headed heron DownloadBlack-headed Heron DownloadBlack-headed Heron DownloadBlack-winged kite DownloadBlack-winged Kite DownloadBlack-winged Kite, love the eyes. DownloadBlack-winged Stilt DownloadBlacksmith Lapwing DownloadBlacksmith lapwing DownloadBlacksmith Lapwing DownloadBlue-billed Teal DownloadBorad-billed roller. DownloadBorad-billed roller. Spotted during our last few minutes at The Katambuga house. DownloadCape teal DownloadCardinal woodkpecker, maybe. The photos are not good enough for an ID through iNaturalist. DownloadCardinal Woodpecker, maybe DownloadCardinal Woodpecker, probably. This is the only woodpecker we spotted. I heard it first and didn't have my camera with me - stupid. DownloadChanting-Goshawk, Lousy photo but this was the first goshawk we saw. Probably a Dark Chanting Goshawk, but not certain. DownloadCommon Bulbul. I had a hard time IDing this one. I thought it was a kind of flycatcher. DownloadCommon Greenshank DownloadCommon Greenshank. I thought this was a March Sandpiper but iNaturalist disagreed. DownloadCommon Ostrich - female DownloadCommon Ostrich - male. DownloadCrowned Lapwing DownloadDark Chanting-Goshawk DownloadDark Chanting-Goshawk. Stunning birds. DownloadEastern Chanting-Goshawk DownloadEastern Chanting-Goshawk DownloadEgyptian Goose, displaying DownloadEgyptian Goose in flight. DownloadEgyptian Goose with chicks DownloadFlamingo - from this view I don't know what kind. DownloadFlamingos and zebra in the mud flats DownloadFork-tailed Drongo DownloadGreat egret DownloadGreat egret DownloadGreat egret DownloadGreat egret in flight DownloadGreater flamingo. Pink beak at the base, black at the top. DownloadGreat White Pelican DownloadGrey-capped Social-Weaver DownloadGrey crowned crane - stunning birds. DownloadGrey Crowned Cranes DownloadGrey crowned cranes - in flight DownloadGrey crowned cranes - in flight DownloadGrey Heron DownloadGrey Heron DownloadGrey Heron DownloadGrey heron. It has been preening and the feather would not go away. DownloadHadada ibis - beautiful but noisy DownloadHamerkop - almost got it down DownloadHamerkop - beautiful it its own way. DownloadHamerkop - down it goes DownloadHamerkop after it ate - digesting DownloadHamerkop nest DownloadHamerkops. Love these birds. So unusual. DownloadHamerkop with fish DownloadHelmeted Guineafowl. For being prey animals, they are very loud. DownloadHornbill, African Gray Hornbill on top of an Acacia tree. DownloadHornbill, Northern Red-billed Hornbill. We spotted many kinds of hornbills. DownloadHornbill, Silvery-cheeked Hornbill DownloadHornbill, Southern Ground-Hornbill. Love the eyelashes. DownloadHornbill, Southern Ground-Hornbill. These were usually found in small groups. DownloadHornbill, Von Der Decken's Hornbill DownloadHornbill - African Gray Hornbill DownloadKingfisher, Giant DownloadKingfisher, Giant - not sure what this pose was all about DownloadKingfisher, Giant - with fish DownloadKingfisher, Gray-headed Kingfisher DownloadKingfisher, Gray-headed Kingfisher. DownloadKingfisher, Malachite DownloadKingfisher, Malachite DownloadKingfisher, Malachite, Cute and colorful bird. DownloadKingfisher, Malachite, with a fish. DownloadKingfisher, Malachite - I kept trying to get better focus DownloadKingfisher, Pied - female DownloadKingfisher, Pied - left is male, right is female DownloadLapped-faced Vulture DownloadLappet-faced Vulture DownloadLappet-faced Vulture DownloadLesser flamingo - much more black on the bill DownloadLesser Striped Swallow, seen from the deck of our lodge. DownloadLilac-breasted Roller DownloadLilac-Breasted Roller. These birds are spectacular in flight - all colors of the rainbow. DownloadLittle Bee-Eater DownloadLittle Bee-Eater. Cute little birds that pose along the roads. DownloadLittle stint DownloadLittle Stint (I misidentified as sanderlings) DownloadLittle stint. These little ones are very hard to positively ID DownloadLong-crested Eagle DownloadLong-crested Eagle. DownloadLong-crested eagle. We saw these several times. DownloadLong-tailed cormorant DownloadMagpie Shrike DownloadMagpie Shrike DownloadMarabou Stork DownloadMarabou stork DownloadMarabou Stork. Not all birds are pretty. DownloadNorthern White-crowned Shrike DownloadNorthern white-crowned shrike. DownloadNorthern white-crowned shrike. These were common in the picnic areas. DownloadPied Avocet - so graceful DownloadPurple heron DownloadPurple heron DownloadPurple heron 1 - caught a fish DownloadPurple heron 2 - trying to get the fish so it can be swallowed. DownloadPurple heron 3 - trying to get the fish so it can be swallowed. DownloadPurple heron 4 - down the hatch DownloadPurple heron could actually fly after eating that big fish! DownloadRed-billed Buffalo-Weaver DownloadRed-eyed Dove in a nest near our deck. These are noisy birds too! DownloadRed-eyed doves DownloadRed-faced Crombec, part of the African warblers DownloadRed-faced Crombec, part of the African warblers DownloadRed-knobbed coot DownloadRed-necked Francolin. Another loud prey animal. DownloadRock martin DownloadRock martin, in flight DownloadRock martin nest DownloadRufous-tailed Weaver DownloadRufous-tailed Weaver. I have a couple lousy photos of the reddish tail. DownloadRüppell's Griffon - that was a surprise when I looked at the photo. I thought it was a white backed vulture DownloadRüppell's starling, nesting material? DownloadRüppell's starling - beautiful in the sunlight. DownloadSecretarybird. We say these often but they are so striking I had to take photos. DownloadSecretarybirds. Often seen in pairs in the tall grass. DownloadSecretary birds working on a nest on the top of a tree. DownloadSecretary birds working on a nest on the top of a tree. DownloadSilvery-cheeked hornbills DownloadSome kind of weaver. They are so tough to ID. DownloadSpeckle-fronted Weaver DownloadSpeke's Weaver. One of the many weavers at our lunch spot. DownloadSpeke's Weaver. One of the many weavers at our lunch spot. I suspect they have been fed. DownloadSpotted Morning-Thrush DownloadSpur-winged Geese. Their have beautiful colors on the wings. DownloadSpur-winged Goose DownloadStriated heron, in flight DownloadStriated Heron - with attitude. This one posed so there are several photos. DownloadStriated heron. I misidentified as a black crown night heron. DownloadStriated Heron. This one posed so there are several photos. DownloadStriated Heron. This one posed so there are several photos. DownloadStriated Heron. This one posed so there are several photos. DownloadTaveta Golden-Weaver DownloadTawny Eagle, I think. DownloadTawny Eagle, I think. DownloadTawny Eagle, I think. DownloadTawny Eagle, I think. DownloadThree-banded Plover DownloadVerreaux's Eagle-Owl DownloadVerreaux's Eagle-Owl - amazing feathers DownloadVerreaux's Eagle-Owl - gotta love the pink eyelids. DownloadVultures DownloadVultures DownloadWeaver DownloadWeaver. At the lunch spot. Probably some kind of weaver. Liked the juxtaposition to the sign. Feeding animals is strictly forbidden, but that doesn't stop some from doing it. DownloadWeaver. Posted to iNaturalist to see if they can help with ID DownloadWhite-backed Vulture DownloadWhite-backed Vulture DownloadWhite-backed Vulture DownloadWhite-bellied Bustard DownloadWhite-breasted cormorant DownloadWhite-breasted Cormorant - very beautiful feathers drying in the sun DownloadWhite-browed coucal DownloadWhite-browed Robin Chat - Still working on this ID. DownloadWhite-headed Buffalo-Weaver. A very distinctive weaver that makes a very messy nest. DownloadWhite-necked raven, lousy photo DownloadWood sandpiper DownloadWood sandpiper DownloadWood sandpiper, probably DownloadWoolly-necked Stork DownloadWoolly-necked Stork DownloadWoolly-necked Stork feeding DownloadYellow-billed Stork DownloadYellow-billed stork DownloadYellow-billed Stork feeding. DownloadYellow-collared Lovebird DownloadYellow-necked Francolin.