Cape Longclaw or Orange-throated Longclaw (Macronyx capensis)
The Cape Longclaw is 19–20 cm long. The adult male has a grey head with a buff supercilium (The arch of hair above each eye) and a streaked blackish back. It has a bright orange gorget (Armour plate that protects the neck), black breast band and otherwise yellow under parts. The female is duller, having a yellow throat and much weaker breast band.
The Cape Longclaw is usually found in pairs throughout the year. It feeds on the ground on insects and some seeds.