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2012, Birds

Mary Lippold – A colorful lilac breasted roller enjoys a diet of insects and small frogsMary Lippold – Pearl-spotted owlet are seen in open woodland and savannah and often hunts during the dayMary Lippold – The little bee-eater removes the stinger from its primary food source, bees, by repeatedly hitting the insect on a hard surface
Mary Lippold – Martial eagles have a wingspan of 6 ft 2 inches – 8 ft 5 inches and are able to carry large prey, like this genet with easeSteve Lowenkron – Hornbills are omnivorous and feed on fruit, insects and small animals. To eat, they toss the food in the air and then swallowEmily Obrist – The speckled markings on an African penguin are unique to each individual
Karen Ralston – The ostrich is the world's largest bird and its egg is the size of 24 chicken eggsGary Tratt – Lovebirds are small affectionate parrots and found throughout AfricaGary Tratt – Lovebirds are small affectionate parrots and found throughout Africa
Milo Anderson – Malachite kingfishers frequently perch on reeds while searching for fish, aquatic insects and frogsMarie Caner – A tawny eagle stays alert looking for preySonia Durrance - Lilac breasted rollers are found continuously throughout Eastern and Southern Africa
Eric Gurwin – The African barred owlet can be found in forests and woodlands as well as in open savannah and along rivers throughout Eastern and Southern AfricaEric Gurwin – Carmine bee-eaters have curved bills which are used snatch insects during mid-flightEric Gurwin – One of Africa's most impressive birds of prey, the giant eagle owl has noticeable ear tufts and distinctive pink eyelids
Eric Gurwin – The African Fish Eagle can fly with a fish up to 4 pounds. Anything larger and they will take it to the shore to eatEric Gurwin – Yellow billed storks are loners and prefer to isolate themselves in swamps and marshy water waysDustin & Synthia Jans – The grey crowned crane is famous for the graceful courtship dance performed by pairs