Black-crowned Tchagra, not exactly skulky, just bastards to get a clear shot of close-up.
A very rare bird in the rain. Our birding along the coast, both at the end of the tour and during a sneaky little extra few days, was interspersed with the wet stuff, some of it bloody heavy and persistant.
A fresh juvenile Brown-throated Martin a species which breeds during our winter. Strange things start to happen when you head far enough south.
Bedraggled Brown-throated Martin.
The local subpersonata White Wagtail. Give 'em time, they'll split it. Or is Collar's piece in this month's British Birds the first rumblings of a rebellion of lumpers?