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|More Greater Flamingos, viewed literally from the pavement of the main road going into Walvis Bay, just outside the town.|
|A pair of Cape Sparrows. The male is a particularly handsome Sparrow.|
|This Southern Masked Weaver male, in full breeding plumage, was busy building his nest in the car park of the Strand Hotel, where we were staying. I don't know how common nst-building is in Swakop in July, but when I was at Okonjima, the Southern Masked Weavers were all in winter plumage.|
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