GoBundu will be issuing a weekly Birding Blog Post. Each post will feature a bird that has been sighted by GoBundu on their travels around Southern Mozambique over the last 16 years, together with a link that takes you to the exact google earth location that the specific bird was sighted. If you are a keen birder keep an eye on GoBundu Facebook page and Blog every Wednesday for specific locations on where you can spot various birdlife.
Click here to view the precise sighting location that GoBundu saw a White-Fronted Bee-Eater.
This open grassland area is situated between Ponta Malongane and Ponta Mamoli. Other birds that were sighted at this exact location are:
The crimson and white throat, white forehead, and lack of pointed tail projections are diagnostic.
Habitat: Margins of wide, slow-flowing rivers with steep sandbanks and other freshwater expanses, also in woodland far from water.
Status: Common resident.
Call: ‘Querr’ and twittering noises when roosting.