White-Throated Swallow

The Wite-throated Swallow (Afrikaans name, Witkeelswael) is a common intra-African, breeding migrant.

Builds a nest of mud and feathers, under bridges,or buildings which are over water.

Feeding aerially on insects and are incredibly fast flyers. We see them at Rietvlei Nature Reserve and the West Coast National Park.


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Magpie Shrike

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