Pale-breasted Thrush (Rick & Elis Simpson)
Rufous Hornero (Rick & Elis Simpson)
My keynote speech that I wrote whilst delivering it went down a storm at Avistar 2012. My translater and I worked in complete harmony.
Quiet day otherwise. Did very little birding apart from looking around the park where the birdfair was based. I was rewarded with a view of my first ever Southern Caracara as it flapped overhead. I saw just one Pale-breasted Thrush yesterday but the Rufous Hornero were pleasingly common. They were a mix between a Starling and Nightingale (the rufous tail) when walking about on the grass but flew like a woodpecker. Curious.