Tag Archives: Birds of Kenya

Ladies First

The Brown-throated Wattle-eye (Platysteira cyanea) is a delightful warbler-sized bird of closed-canopy forest. More often than not, its clear, descending whistle call – or grating alarm notes – are heard before the bird itself comes into view. These are terrific birds to watch as they are forever busy … Continue reading

Posted in wattle-eyes | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Forever Young

Much has been written about why people watch birds. It all began with our ancestors, of course, all of whom were hunters –  and hunting (or at least shooting) remains the primary interest for many bird ‘watchers’ today. If you … Continue reading

Posted in kingfishers, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments