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Can you help to identify this bird

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by Kent Black
(Portland, OR, USA)





I'm sure the attached image is of something common and innocuous, but I've never been able to identify it. I love the camouflage. Pic taken about 20 miles from The Ark, Kenya.

We took a more general wildlife safari, but we had a wonderful birding (and general) guide in Saraswati. I'm a big fan of storks and herons. OK, favorite bird is probably the Indian Roller, when seen as electric blue flashes flocking over spring fields. My father-in-law's favorites are vultures - almost any will do. Mother-in-law favors Weaver birds. I treasure my pics of all of them.

Kent
kent.black@comcast.net

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