Black- headed canary 2

This Black-headed Canary (Afrikaans name Swartkopkanarie is a small, pretty canary with an all black head, the female has a grey head but still has the chestnut wing coverts, rump and tail like the male.

Black-headed Canary

They are fairly common and regularly visit water to drink, feeding on fruit, seeds, flowers and insects.

BH & Damara canary?

They are often seen in flocks together with the Damara Canary, we saw these at the Abrahaamskraal hide in the West Coast National Park

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