It’s come to my attention that the sunbird photo I put in my Gorillas in the Sunshine post was actually a Stuhlmann’s Sunbird after all.
Since I don’t have time to work on this problem myself at the moment, I thought it would make a fun blog post to simply present all the photos I can dredge up from Rwanda and solicit opinions from you all. Here they are.
So what do you all think? I look forward to seeing your comments.
Kenn Kaufman: Dendroica Farewell: new classification for the American warblers.: Dendroica, we hardly knew ye. Here in northwest Ohio (Warbler Capital of the World) we have been awa
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Rich Hoyer:Gorillas in the Sunshine: I’m currently in Rwanda without a lengthy, prepared blog for today, so here are just a couple photos
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