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|Distinguished from yellowbilled Oxpecker by having an all-red bill, bare yellow skin around its eyes and a dark, not pale rump. Imm : has a yellow base to a black bill and a darker than the imm. Yellowbilled Oxpecker showing a dark, not pale rump. Habitat : Thornveld and broad-leafed woodland. Common in the north and est africa. Prefers to associate with hairier mammals such as giraffe and buck.|
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- [2008-02-12 21:22]
Great shot real eye to eye contact, love the tight crop, itís a pity there is no description or notes :( Cheers Rick
Cute shot Farid..
Great light, color, and details.
- [2008-02-13 8:04]
Like the unusual POV.NIce light & details.
- [2008-02-13 11:01]
Beautiful photo with an unusual POV and event. It's something different and I like it. Sharpness and colours are very good. Good composition.