I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
I promise this is what I heard them singing… no lie… but then I am 65% deaf, I could be mistaken…
It is 22–24 cm long with an erect posture, short tail, heavy bill and fairly long legs.
The species is found in savannah, grassland and open woodland. It can be tame and will forage in parks, gardens and around picnic sites.
The cup-shaped nest is built using vegetation and spider-webs and is lined with feathers or leaves. Three or four eggs are laid and are incubated for 14 to 15 days. They are bluish with lilac and red-brown spots and blotches.
and this fellow talked to me…..
I have put the names of the birds on the photos for easier identification…..
Same Duck the Yellow-billed Duck different dams, notice the colour difference of the two waters?
The Fiscal Flycatcher came to see if I had flies around me……………
The Ground scraper Thrush came to look at us and then ran around on the greenery…….
A Cats eye, what’s it doing here, looking at all the birdies…….