Wagtail, African Pied
The Grey Wagtail is the longest-tailed of the European wagtails. Tail is black with white outer feathres. Their call is a high-pitched “chee-seek”.
Wagtail, Western Yellow
Typical pied plumage wagtail of continental Europe. Male is silvery-grey on the back. Forehead is white, nape black. Inhabits open grassland, waterside farmland and urban areas.
Tiny, unstreaked warbler that has a rich reddish-brown upperparts. Eyestripe is faint buffish. Normally inhabits reedbeds.
Tiny, heavily streaked warbler. Olive-brown back with heavy streaks and black-brown tail.
A small bird, but one of the larger leaf warblers. Adults have yellowish-olive upperparts. Inhabits mature deciduous woodland.
Weaver, Red-billed Buffalo
Weaver, Southern Masked
Weaver, Vitelline Masked
Weaver, White-headed Buffalo
Medium-sized surface-feeding duck. Adult male has grey back, finely marked grey flanks and black undertail.
Woodcreeper, Northern Barred
Woodpecker, European Green
Medium-sized woodpecker with striking green and gold above.
Crown and nape red in both male and female.
Woodpecker, Great Spotted
Smallish pied woodpecker. Adult upperparts barred boldly in black and white. Inhabits all types of woodland, urban parks and gardens.
Woodpecker, Lesser spotted