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Male African Orange-bellied Parrot. Also known as the 'Red-bellied Parrot' (Poicephalus rufiventris), this Parrot is found in the dry areas of Kenya.  Normally Royalty Free Stock ImagesMale African Orange-bellied Parrot. Also known as the 'Red-bellied Parrot' (Poicephalus rufiventris), this Parrot is found in the dry areas of Kenya. NormallyPair African Orange-bellied Parrots. Also known as Red-bellied Parrots (Poicephalus rufiventris), they are almost always seen in pairs.  They nest in old Stock ImagesPair African Orange-bellied Parrots. Also known as Red-bellied Parrots (Poicephalus rufiventris), they are almost always seen in pairs. They nest in oldFemale Orange-bellied Parrot. Also known as Red-bellied Parrot (Poicephalus rufiventris), they are found in Kenya's arid areas, usually in pairs Royalty Free Stock PhotoFemale Orange-bellied Parrot. Also known as Red-bellied Parrot (Poicephalus rufiventris), they are found in Kenya's arid areas, usually in pairsAfrican Spoonbill Preening Tail. This African Spoonbill is showing how dexterous it is and that, despite its spook-shaped bill, is able to preen in a delicate Royalty Free Stock PhotosAfrican Spoonbill Preening Tail. This African Spoonbill is showing how dexterous it is and that, despite its spook-shaped bill, is able to preen in a delicateAfrican Spoonbill Fishing For Molluscs. African Spoonbills sweep their long, flat bills from side-to-side and feel with their feet for small fish and molluscs Royalty Free Stock ImagesAfrican Spoonbill Fishing For Molluscs. African Spoonbills sweep their long, flat bills from side-to-side and feel with their feet for small fish and molluscsAfrican Spoonbill Portrait. An African Spoonbill, standing in the large dam in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Royalty Free Stock ImagesAfrican Spoonbill Portrait. An African Spoonbill, standing in the large dam in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkAfrican Spoonbill Catching Food. African Spoonbills prey are small fish and molluscs.  They are adept at grabbing reeds in their bills and disengaging molluscs Royalty Free Stock PhotoAfrican Spoonbill Catching Food. African Spoonbills prey are small fish and molluscs. They are adept at grabbing reeds in their bills and disengaging molluscsAfrican Spoonbill Walking. An African Spoonbill walking across lakeside vegetation in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Royalty Free Stock PhotographyAfrican Spoonbill Walking. An African Spoonbill walking across lakeside vegetation in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkAfrican Spoonbill Preening. African Spoonbill, preening beside the large dam inside Kenya's Nairobi National Park Stock ImageAfrican Spoonbill Preening. African Spoonbill, preening beside the large dam inside Kenya's Nairobi National ParkArrow-marked Babbler Perched. Photographed in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy, bordering the Masai Mara, this Arrow-marked Babbler dashed out of some bushes Stock ImageArrow-marked Babbler Perched. Photographed in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy, bordering the Masai Mara, this Arrow-marked Babbler dashed out of some bushesAugur Buzzard Perched. The Augur Buzzard is a large bird, 24 (60cm), with an even larger wingspan of 54 (137cm Royalty Free Stock PhotographyAugur Buzzard Perched. The Augur Buzzard is a large bird, 24 (60cm), with an even larger wingspan of 54 (137cmAugur Buzzard Flying. Augur Buzzards hover for long periods, hardly moving their wings Stock ImageAugur Buzzard Flying. Augur Buzzards hover for long periods, hardly moving their wingsBanded Martin Singing. The Banded Martin is a small, 6 (15cm) bird that hawks insects in the air Stock PhotographyBanded Martin Singing. The Banded Martin is a small, 6 (15cm) bird that hawks insects in the airBanded Martin Looking Over Shoulder. Banded Martins are most often seen in pairs, sometimes small groups. Unlike other Martins, pairs nest by themselves, inside Stock ImagesBanded Martin Looking Over Shoulder. Banded Martins are most often seen in pairs, sometimes small groups. Unlike other Martins, pairs nest by themselves, insideBare-faced Go-away Bird Perched. A Bare-faced Go-away-bird, perched on the branch of a tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Royalty Free Stock PhotosBare-faced Go-away Bird Perched. A Bare-faced Go-away-bird, perched on the branch of a tree in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyPair of Bare-faced Go-away-birds. A pair of Bare-faced Go-away-birds, photographed in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Royalty Free Stock ImagePair of Bare-faced Go-away-birds. A pair of Bare-faced Go-away-birds, photographed in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyBare-faced Go-away Bird Eating. A Bare-faced Go-away Bird, eating fruit from a bush in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Royalty Free Stock ImageBare-faced Go-away Bird Eating. A Bare-faced Go-away Bird, eating fruit from a bush in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyBateleur. A very large, 28 (70cm) bird, the Bateleur has black plumage, with grey upper wing-coverts. Some Bateleurs have a chestnut back, while others are Stock PhotoBateleur. A very large, 28 (70cm) bird, the Bateleur has black plumage, with grey upper wing-coverts. Some Bateleurs have a chestnut back, while others areBateleur. S were once common, but are now a threatened species. Still seen in most parts of Kenya, mostly over dry bush Stock PhotosBateleur. S were once common, but are now a threatened species. Still seen in most parts of Kenya, mostly over dry bushBateleur - Immature. Bateleur is the French word for acrobat. The name was attributed to this bird, because of the way it tips its wings in flight, for balance Royalty Free Stock ImageBateleur - Immature. Bateleur is the French word for acrobat. The name was attributed to this bird, because of the way it tips its wings in flight, for balanceBateleur Calling. Bateleurs were once common, but are now a threatened species. Still seen in most parts of Kenya, mostly over dry bush Royalty Free Stock PhotographyBateleur Calling. Bateleurs were once common, but are now a threatened species. Still seen in most parts of Kenya, mostly over dry bushBateleur - Immature. The Bateleur is often alone and sometimes in pairs, gliding over open country, hunting Stock PhotoBateleur - Immature. The Bateleur is often alone and sometimes in pairs, gliding over open country, huntingNorthern Carmine Bee-eater. A pinkish-red bird with turquoise crown and throat (brighter on forehead and chin).  A black mask goes through the eye-line. Parts of Royalty Free Stock ImageNorthern Carmine Bee-eater. A pinkish-red bird with turquoise crown and throat (brighter on forehead and chin). A black mask goes through the eye-line. Parts ofNorthern Carmine Bee-eater. Carmine Bee-eaters are generally seen in small flocks that swoop from perches to hawk insects in the air.  Often seen in larger Royalty Free Stock ImagesNorthern Carmine Bee-eater. Carmine Bee-eaters are generally seen in small flocks that swoop from perches to hawk insects in the air. Often seen in largerCinnamon-chested Bee-eater. The Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater has a green crown, nape and back, a black mask through the red eye and a yellow chin with a broad Royalty Free Stock ImageCinnamon-chested Bee-eater. The Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater has a green crown, nape and back, a black mask through the red eye and a yellow chin with a broadPair of Cinnamon-chested Bee-eaters. The Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater is usually found in pairs or small groups. It nests in groups, in soft earth banks Royalty Free Stock PhotosPair of Cinnamon-chested Bee-eaters. The Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater is usually found in pairs or small groups. It nests in groups, in soft earth banksLittle Bee-eaters. A composite image, showing both back and front of a Little Bee-eater Stock ImagesLittle Bee-eaters. A composite image, showing both back and front of a Little Bee-eaterFive Little Bee-eaters. A group of 5 Little-Bee-eaters, huddled together for warmth in the early morning sun Royalty Free Stock PhotoFive Little Bee-eaters. A group of 5 Little-Bee-eaters, huddled together for warmth in the early morning sunLittle Bee-eater. A Little Bee-eater, perched on a dead branch, keeping a lookout for flying insects, in particular bees and wasps. They often return to the same Stock PhotosLittle Bee-eater. A Little Bee-eater, perched on a dead branch, keeping a lookout for flying insects, in particular bees and wasps. They often return to the sameBlack Crake Walking With Fish. Birds of the water's edge, Black Crakes are often seen in pairs, or small groups of individuals. They have an unusual high Stock ImageBlack Crake Walking With Fish. Birds of the water's edge, Black Crakes are often seen in pairs, or small groups of individuals. They have an unusual highBlack Crake With Fish. The Black Crake eats just about anything, foraging on the ground or in reeds. Small fish, as depicted in my image, frogs, grass seed, or Royalty Free Stock ImagesBlack Crake With Fish. The Black Crake eats just about anything, foraging on the ground or in reeds. Small fish, as depicted in my image, frogs, grass seed, orBlack Crake On Bamboo. The Black Crake is a small, 8 (20cm) bird, which is black all over and is a member of the family of Rails. It's distinguishing features Stock PhotoBlack Crake On Bamboo. The Black Crake is a small, 8 (20cm) bird, which is black all over and is a member of the family of Rails. It's distinguishing featuresMale Black-faced Sandgrouse. The Black-faced Sandgrouse male is buff above, barred with black. It has a bold black, white and buff head pattern, with yellow Stock PhotographyMale Black-faced Sandgrouse. The Black-faced Sandgrouse male is buff above, barred with black. It has a bold black, white and buff head pattern, with yellowFemale Black-faced Sandgrouse. The female Black-faced Sandgrouse is buff coloured, spotted and streaked with black, except on her face, white breast band and Royalty Free Stock ImagesFemale Black-faced Sandgrouse. The female Black-faced Sandgrouse is buff coloured, spotted and streaked with black, except on her face, white breast band andBlack-shouldered Kite eating Rat leg. The Black-shouldered Kite eats insects, grasshoppers, small birds, reptiles and rodents, particularly mice Royalty Free Stock PhotographyBlack-shouldered Kite eating Rat leg. The Black-shouldered Kite eats insects, grasshoppers, small birds, reptiles and rodents, particularly miceBlack-shouldered Kite with tail cocked. The Black-shouldered Kite is a medium sized, 14 (35cm) bird, with a wingspan of 37 (95cm), but small, by raptor standards Royalty Free Stock PhotosBlack-shouldered Kite with tail cocked. The Black-shouldered Kite is a medium sized, 14 (35cm) bird, with a wingspan of 37 (95cm), but small, by raptor standardsBlack-shouldered Kite Perched. The Black-shouldered Kite's face is white, with black eye-patches. Underparts are pure white. Bright yellow cere, legs and feet Stock PhotoBlack-shouldered Kite Perched. The Black-shouldered Kite's face is white, with black eye-patches. Underparts are pure white. Bright yellow cere, legs and feetBlack-shouldered Kite with head turned. Black-shouldered Kites are seen seen singly, either hovering around 100' (30 metres) above the ground, or perched on top Stock ImagesBlack-shouldered Kite with head turned. Black-shouldered Kites are seen seen singly, either hovering around 100' (30 metres) above the ground, or perched on topBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Foot Raised. Searching for food in the margins of the large dam in Kenya's Nairobi National Park, this Black-winged Stilt has one Stock ImageBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Foot Raised. Searching for food in the margins of the large dam in Kenya's Nairobi National Park, this Black-winged Stilt has oneBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Searching. Photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park, in the edges of the large dam, this Black-winged Stilt was feeling with Royalty Free Stock ImageBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Searching. Photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park, in the edges of the large dam, this Black-winged Stilt was feeling withBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Wading. The Black-winged Stilt is found widespread on all inland wetlands, coastal creeks & saltpans in Kenya. Common during August Stock PhotographyBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Wading. The Black-winged Stilt is found widespread on all inland wetlands, coastal creeks & saltpans in Kenya. Common during AugustBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Walking. The Black-winged Stilt is a medium sized bird, 15 (38cm), very slender and elegant in appearance. A black and white (pied) Royalty Free Stock ImagesBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Walking. The Black-winged Stilt is a medium sized bird, 15 (38cm), very slender and elegant in appearance. A black and white (pied)Black-winged (Common) Stilt, Foraging. The Black-winged Stilt alternates between walking on land and wading in water, even up to its belly, picking insects off Royalty Free Stock PhotoBlack-winged (Common) Stilt, Foraging. The Black-winged Stilt alternates between walking on land and wading in water, even up to its belly, picking insects offMeyer's (Brown) Parrot, Perched. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot are usually in pairs or small groups, blending in with the foliage of fruiting trees Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMeyer's (Brown) Parrot, Perched. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot are usually in pairs or small groups, blending in with the foliage of fruiting treesMeyer's (Brown) Parrot, Eating. The Brown Parrot is also known as Meyer's Parrot. Brown, it is, in parts, but a shame to name it such, given its other glorious Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMeyer's (Brown) Parrot, Eating. The Brown Parrot is also known as Meyer's Parrot. Brown, it is, in parts, but a shame to name it such, given its other gloriousMeyer's (Brown) Parrot, Calling. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot are usually in pairs or small groups, blending in with the foliage of fruiting trees Royalty Free Stock PhotosMeyer's (Brown) Parrot, Calling. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot are usually in pairs or small groups, blending in with the foliage of fruiting treesBrown (Meyer's) Parrot, Upside-down. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot is a small bird, 9 (23cm) is grey-brown on top, with a yellow band across its crown and yellow ' Stock ImageBrown (Meyer's) Parrot, Upside-down. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot is a small bird, 9 (23cm) is grey-brown on top, with a yellow band across its crown and yellow 'Brown (Meyer's) Parrot. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot are usually in pairs or small groups, blending in with the foliage of fruiting trees Royalty Free Stock PhotographyBrown (Meyer's) Parrot. Meyer's (Brown) Parrot are usually in pairs or small groups, blending in with the foliage of fruiting treesBrown-crowned Tchagra. The Brown-crowned Tchagra is a small, 7.5 (19cm) bush-shrike, with a grey-brown mantle. Distinctive rufous wings, with black inner wing Stock ImagesBrown-crowned Tchagra. The Brown-crowned Tchagra is a small, 7.5 (19cm) bush-shrike, with a grey-brown mantle. Distinctive rufous wings, with black inner wingHartlaub's Bustard, Male. Hartlaub's Bustard males are very large, 28 (71cm) birds with long necks and legs that trail behind its tail when flying Stock PhotographyHartlaub's Bustard, Male. Hartlaub's Bustard males are very large, 28 (71cm) birds with long necks and legs that trail behind its tail when flyingMale Kori Bustard, Breeding Plumage. The male, when displaying his breeding plumage, stands and struts about, calling with a deep wooomp. They put on elaborate Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMale Kori Bustard, Breeding Plumage. The male, when displaying his breeding plumage, stands and struts about, calling with a deep wooomp. They put on elaborateMale Kori Bustard, Breeding Plumage, Eating Lizard. Kori Bustards are omnivorous. They forage in bushes and short trees, but mostly pick insects and small Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMale Kori Bustard, Breeding Plumage, Eating Lizard. Kori Bustards are omnivorous. They forage in bushes and short trees, but mostly pick insects and smallMale Kori Bustard, Strutting. Kori Bustards are seen singly, in pairs, small family groups and sometimes in larger gatherings after a fire or recently harvested Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMale Kori Bustard, Strutting. Kori Bustards are seen singly, in pairs, small family groups and sometimes in larger gatherings after a fire or recently harvestedMale Kori Bustard, Foot Raised. Kori Bustards are Africa's largest flying bird, weighing up to 42lbs (19kg) and can take off from a standing start Stock PhotoMale Kori Bustard, Foot Raised. Kori Bustards are Africa's largest flying bird, weighing up to 42lbs (19kg) and can take off from a standing startFemale Kori Bustard, With Grasshopper. Kori Bustards favourite food are grasshoppers and caterpillars. They are often seen in the company of large herbivores Royalty Free Stock ImageFemale Kori Bustard, With Grasshopper. Kori Bustards favourite food are grasshoppers and caterpillars. They are often seen in the company of large herbivoresKori Bustard, Female & Chick. Kori Bustards nest on the ground, in a shallow scrape, usually hidden by a low tree or bush. An average of two pinkish-brown Stock PhotographyKori Bustard, Female & Chick. Kori Bustards nest on the ground, in a shallow scrape, usually hidden by a low tree or bush. An average of two pinkish-brownKori Bustard, Female Walking With Chick. Kori Bustards used to be more common than now, but agriculture has made them less so. Most are seen in Kenya's National Stock ImageKori Bustard, Female Walking With Chick. Kori Bustards used to be more common than now, but agriculture has made them less so. Most are seen in Kenya's NationalMale Chin-spot Batis, Perched. The Chin-spot Batis is usually seen in pairs, or family groups, in the canopy of trees.  They eat insects, gleaned from trees Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMale Chin-spot Batis, Perched. The Chin-spot Batis is usually seen in pairs, or family groups, in the canopy of trees. They eat insects, gleaned from treesMale Chin-spot Batis, Glint in eye. The Chin-spot Batis is a tiny, 4 (10cm) bird Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMale Chin-spot Batis, Glint in eye. The Chin-spot Batis is a tiny, 4 (10cm) birdMale Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting. The Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting is a small bird, 6 (15cm). The male has a black and white striped head (the female, buff Royalty Free Stock PhotoMale Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting. The Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting is a small bird, 6 (15cm). The male has a black and white striped head (the female, buffMale Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting. The Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting is seen alone, or in pairs, either foraging on the ground, or perched in trees, or on Royalty Free Stock ImagesMale Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting. The Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting is seen alone, or in pairs, either foraging on the ground, or perched in trees, or onCommon Drongo On Acacia. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilis Stock ImageCommon Drongo On Acacia. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilisCommon Drongo, Preening. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilis Stock ImageCommon Drongo, Preening. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilisCommon Drongo, Forked Tail. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilis Stock PhotosCommon Drongo, Forked Tail. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilisCommon Drongo. (Dicrurus adsimilis Stock ImageCommon Drongo. (Dicrurus adsimilisCommon Drongo, Scratching. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilis Royalty Free Stock PhotosCommon Drongo, Scratching. Common Drongo (Dicrurus adsimilisCommon Kestrel, Standing. The Common Kestrel is a medium-sized bird of 13 (32cm Royalty Free Stock PhotoCommon Kestrel, Standing. The Common Kestrel is a medium-sized bird of 13 (32cmCommon Moorhen, Huge Feet. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, has huge yellowish-green legs and feet, with orange-red 'garters'.  These features allow Royalty Free Stock ImageCommon Moorhen, Huge Feet. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, has huge yellowish-green legs and feet, with orange-red 'garters'. These features allowCommon Moorhen, Foraging. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, swims in open water or paddles around the edge of large freshwater bodies with floating or Royalty Free Stock ImagesCommon Moorhen, Foraging. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, swims in open water or paddles around the edge of large freshwater bodies with floating orCommon Moorhen, Wading. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, is a medium-sized bird, 14 (36cm), dark slate-grey on the front and underneath and olive-brown Royalty Free Stock PhotosCommon Moorhen, Wading. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, is a medium-sized bird, 14 (36cm), dark slate-grey on the front and underneath and olive-brownCommon Moorhen, Juvenile Eating Grass. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, female lays up to 8 eggs in a nest, which is then used by other females. If Stock PhotoCommon Moorhen, Juvenile Eating Grass. The Common Moorhen, aka The Swamp Chicken, female lays up to 8 eggs in a nest, which is then used by other females. IfYellow-billed Black Kite Perched. The Yellow-billed Black Kite is considered to be a native species of Kenya and is a common resident in areas of human Stock ImageYellow-billed Black Kite Perched. The Yellow-billed Black Kite is considered to be a native species of Kenya and is a common resident in areas of humanCommon snipe, Feeding. Common Snipes are mostly found at a waters edge, eating aquatic insects, worms, small crustaceans and mollusks. Due to the structure of Royalty Free Stock PhotosCommon snipe, Feeding. Common Snipes are mostly found at a waters edge, eating aquatic insects, worms, small crustaceans and mollusks. Due to the structure ofCommon Snipe, Walking. Common Snipes are seen either solitary, or in small groups. When flushed, its flight is a rapid zig-zag pattern and it flies far Royalty Free Stock PhotographyCommon Snipe, Walking. Common Snipes are seen either solitary, or in small groups. When flushed, its flight is a rapid zig-zag pattern and it flies farBlack-shouldered Kite Looking Over Shoulder. Photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park with the low sun showing it's most distinctive feature - its red eyes Stock PhotoBlack-shouldered Kite Looking Over Shoulder. Photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park with the low sun showing it's most distinctive feature - its red eyesBlack-shouldered Kite in flight. Black-shouldered Kites have a fantastic courtship 'dance', in the air. One or other will fly on its back, grasping the other Stock ImagesBlack-shouldered Kite in flight. Black-shouldered Kites have a fantastic courtship 'dance', in the air. One or other will fly on its back, grasping the otherBlack-bellied Bustard, Calling. During the breeding season (March - May), Black-bellied Bustard males perform an unusual display, usually from high ground Royalty Free Stock ImagesBlack-bellied Bustard, Calling. During the breeding season (March - May), Black-bellied Bustard males perform an unusual display, usually from high groundBronze Mannikin, Eating. A Bronze Mannikin  is perched amongst grass seeds, picking them off, then crunching them with its strong bill Stock PhotoBronze Mannikin, Eating. A Bronze Mannikin is perched amongst grass seeds, picking them off, then crunching them with its strong billBronze Mannikin, Foraging. Bronze Mannikin eating grass seed in Kenya Stock ImagesBronze Mannikin, Foraging. Bronze Mannikin eating grass seed in KenyaBronze Mannikin, Balancing. Bronze Mannikin balancing on stem of grass, holding ear of grass with one foot Stock ImageBronze Mannikin, Balancing. Bronze Mannikin balancing on stem of grass, holding ear of grass with one footBrimstone Canary, On Leafy Branch. A Brimstone Canary perched on a leafy branch, looking over its shoulder Royalty Free Stock ImagesBrimstone Canary, On Leafy Branch. A Brimstone Canary perched on a leafy branch, looking over its shoulderBrimstone Canary, Perched. The Brimstone Canary has a pleasant call, which is loud and prolonged and consists of twittering phrases and trills, rising at the end Stock PhotoBrimstone Canary, Perched. The Brimstone Canary has a pleasant call, which is loud and prolonged and consists of twittering phrases and trills, rising at the endBrimstone Canary, On Twigs. The Brimstone Canary is one of the least sociable Canaries, found either alone, or in pairs. Often seen perched on bushes, fences, or Stock PhotosBrimstone Canary, On Twigs. The Brimstone Canary is one of the least sociable Canaries, found either alone, or in pairs. Often seen perched on bushes, fences, orBrimstone Canary, Eating Seed. The Brimstone Canary is a seed eater, its heavy horn coloured bill is ideally adapted to crack open seeds Stock ImagesBrimstone Canary, Eating Seed. The Brimstone Canary is a seed eater, its heavy horn coloured bill is ideally adapted to crack open seedsCommon Waxbill, Perched. A Common Waxbill perched on a dead twig in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Royalty Free Stock PhotosCommon Waxbill, Perched. A Common Waxbill perched on a dead twig in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkCommon Waxbill, eating seed. A Common Waxbill, clinging to a thorny branch, reaching out to a 'hand' of grass seed, feeding Stock PhotographyCommon Waxbill, eating seed. A Common Waxbill, clinging to a thorny branch, reaching out to a 'hand' of grass seed, feedingCommon Bulbul, Eating Fruit. The Common Bulbul eats fruit from trees and bushes, or ripe, fallen fruit on the ground. If they get familiar, they will invade Stock ImagesCommon Bulbul, Eating Fruit. The Common Bulbul eats fruit from trees and bushes, or ripe, fallen fruit on the ground. If they get familiar, they will invadeCommon Bulbul, Perched. Common Bulbul (Pycnonotus barbatus) aka Dark-capped Bulbul.  In the north of Kenya, this bird features a white neck patch and tips on the Royalty Free Stock ImageCommon Bulbul, Perched. Common Bulbul (Pycnonotus barbatus) aka Dark-capped Bulbul. In the north of Kenya, this bird features a white neck patch and tips on theCommon Bulbul, Close-up. The Common Bulbul is a small bird, 7' (18cm), with brownish upperparts and a black head and throat, that blends into its brown chest Stock PhotographyCommon Bulbul, Close-up. The Common Bulbul is a small bird, 7" (18cm), with brownish upperparts and a black head and throat, that blends into its brown chestCommon Kestrel On Dead Stump. The Common Kestrel eats mainly mice (voles & shrews, too), small birds, lizards and smaller invertebrates - flying termites are a Royalty Free Stock PhotographyCommon Kestrel On Dead Stump. The Common Kestrel eats mainly mice (voles & shrews, too), small birds, lizards and smaller invertebrates - flying termites are aCommon Kestrel. The Common Kestrel is either seen alone, or in pairs, perched on dead trees or on top of acacia or desert palm trees, where they have a good view Stock PhotoCommon Kestrel. The Common Kestrel is either seen alone, or in pairs, perched on dead trees or on top of acacia or desert palm trees, where they have a good viewGreat or White-breasted Cormorant, Males Standing. Two male Great Cormorants standing on rocks beside Lake Victoria, Africa Stock PhotoGreat or White-breasted Cormorant, Males Standing. Two male Great Cormorants standing on rocks beside Lake Victoria, AfricaReed and Great Cormorants. The huge 40' Great (White-breasted) Cormorant and the smaller 22' Reed (Long-tailed) Cormorant together, both drying their wings after Royalty Free Stock PhotosReed and Great Cormorants. The huge 40" Great (White-breasted) Cormorant and the smaller 22" Reed (Long-tailed) Cormorant together, both drying their wings afterGreat or White-breasted Cormorant, Wings Spread. The huge Great Cormorant has an equally impressive wingspan.  It is drying its waterlogged wings after diving Royalty Free Stock ImagesGreat or White-breasted Cormorant, Wings Spread. The huge Great Cormorant has an equally impressive wingspan. It is drying its waterlogged wings after divingReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Feather Detail. A rear-view of a Reed Cormorant, showing its feather detail, while perched on a branch on Mfangano Island in Lake Royalty Free Stock PhotographyReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Feather Detail. A rear-view of a Reed Cormorant, showing its feather detail, while perched on a branch on Mfangano Island in LakeReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Waiting. A Reed Cormorant, perched on a branch overhanging a dam in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, waiting for a fish to swim by Royalty Free Stock ImageReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Waiting. A Reed Cormorant, perched on a branch overhanging a dam in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, waiting for a fish to swim byReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Scratching. A Reed Cormorant, scratching its bill with its fully-webbed foot, while perched on a branch overhanging Lake Baringo Royalty Free Stock PhotoReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Scratching. A Reed Cormorant, scratching its bill with its fully-webbed foot, while perched on a branch overhanging Lake BaringoReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Perched. A Reed Cormorant, perched on a branch overhanging Lake Baringo, Kenya.  With its head turned, it is showing its Royalty Free Stock PhotoReed or Long-tailed Cormorant, Perched. A Reed Cormorant, perched on a branch overhanging Lake Baringo, Kenya. With its head turned, it is showing itsCommon or Eurasian Cuckoo, Perched On Dead Branch. Photographed in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya, during April, just before this Common Cuckoo returns to Europe Royalty Free Stock ImagesCommon or Eurasian Cuckoo, Perched On Dead Branch. Photographed in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya, during April, just before this Common Cuckoo returns to EuropeEurasian or Common Cuckoo, Perched On Acacia. A Eurasian or Common Cuckoo, perched on an Acacia bush in Kenya during April, prior to its long flight to Europe Royalty Free Stock PhotoEurasian or Common Cuckoo, Perched On Acacia. A Eurasian or Common Cuckoo, perched on an Acacia bush in Kenya during April, prior to its long flight to EuropeDiederik or Dideric Cuckoo, Eating Caterpillar. A Diederik Cuckoo, with a Hairy Caterpillar, in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya.  Its favourite food Royalty Free Stock ImageDiederik or Dideric Cuckoo, Eating Caterpillar. A Diederik Cuckoo, with a Hairy Caterpillar, in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya. Its favourite foodDiederik or Dideric Cuckoo, About To Fly. A Diederik Cuckoo, with its wings spread, about to fly.  Photographed in Olare Orok Conservancy, bordering the Masai Royalty Free Stock ImageDiederik or Dideric Cuckoo, About To Fly. A Diederik Cuckoo, with its wings spread, about to fly. Photographed in Olare Orok Conservancy, bordering the MasaiDArnauds Barbet, Standing On Stone. A DArnauds Barbet, standing on a hot stone under the African sun at Lake Baringo, Kenya Royalty Free Stock PhotoDArnauds Barbet, Standing On Stone. A DArnauds Barbet, standing on a hot stone under the African sun at Lake Baringo, KenyaLaughing Dove - Immature. An immature Laughing Dove, having not quite gained its full collar of speckled spots Royalty Free Stock PhotographyLaughing Dove - Immature. An immature Laughing Dove, having not quite gained its full collar of speckled spotsLaughing Dove. A Laughing (Palm or Senegal) Dove, perched in a thicket of thorn bushes in Kenya's Meru National Park Royalty Free Stock PhotoLaughing Dove. A Laughing (Palm or Senegal) Dove, perched in a thicket of thorn bushes in Kenya's Meru National ParkNamaqua Dove - Female. A Namaqua Dove female, perched on an Acacia branch in Kenya's Meru National Park Royalty Free Stock ImagesNamaqua Dove - Female. A Namaqua Dove female, perched on an Acacia branch in Kenya's Meru National ParkNamaqua Dove, Male. A male Namaqua Dove, perched on a prickly branch of Acacia in Kenya's Meru National Park Stock PhotographyNamaqua Dove, Male. A male Namaqua Dove, perched on a prickly branch of Acacia in Kenya's Meru National ParkRed-eyed Dove. A Red-eyed Dove, perched in a flowering Acacia bush in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Royalty Free Stock PhotoRed-eyed Dove. A Red-eyed Dove, perched in a flowering Acacia bush in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkRing-necked Dove. A Ring-necked Dove, perched and showing its rosy grey-pink breast Stock ImageRing-necked Dove. A Ring-necked Dove, perched and showing its rosy grey-pink breastAfrican Fish Eagle Flying With Fish. Having caught a Tilapia fish from Lake Victoria, the very large African Fish Eagle is using all the power in its vast wings Royalty Free Stock ImageAfrican Fish Eagle Flying With Fish. Having caught a Tilapia fish from Lake Victoria, the very large African Fish Eagle is using all the power in its vast wingsAfrican Fish Eagle Lifting Fish From Lake. An African Fish Eagle lifting a Tilapia fish from the surface of Lake Victoria.  As its powerful wings lift the Eagle Stock PhotographyAfrican Fish Eagle Lifting Fish From Lake. An African Fish Eagle lifting a Tilapia fish from the surface of Lake Victoria. As its powerful wings lift the EagleAfrican Fish Eagle With Fish, In Flight. An African Fish Eagle, flying over Lake Victoria with a captured Tilapia in its talons Stock ImagesAfrican Fish Eagle With Fish, In Flight. An African Fish Eagle, flying over Lake Victoria with a captured Tilapia in its talonsAfrican Fish Eagle With Captured Fish. An African Fish Eagle, having caught a Tilapia fish from Lake Victoria.  Its gigantic wings are pulling the Eagle free Stock PhotographyAfrican Fish Eagle With Captured Fish. An African Fish Eagle, having caught a Tilapia fish from Lake Victoria. Its gigantic wings are pulling the Eagle freeAfrican Fish Eagle Catching Fish. After waiting patiently, an African Fish Eagle was rewarded by a a fish swimming by the rock it was standing on.  The Eagle Royalty Free Stock PhotoAfrican Fish Eagle Catching Fish. After waiting patiently, an African Fish Eagle was rewarded by a a fish swimming by the rock it was standing on. The EagleAfrican Fish Eagle Eating Live Catfish. An African Fish Eagle had caught a large Catfish in one of the streams in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy and flown high Stock PhotosAfrican Fish Eagle Eating Live Catfish. An African Fish Eagle had caught a large Catfish in one of the streams in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy and flown highAfrican Fish Eagle Portrait. An African Fish Eagle, perched in a tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy.  The tree is situated along one of the streams that run Royalty Free Stock PhotosAfrican Fish Eagle Portrait. An African Fish Eagle, perched in a tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. The tree is situated along one of the streams that runBrown Snake or Harrier Eagle. A Brown Snake Eagle aka Brown Harrier Eagle, perched on top of a dead tree stump, looking for snakes in the grass beneath Stock ImagesBrown Snake or Harrier Eagle. A Brown Snake Eagle aka Brown Harrier Eagle, perched on top of a dead tree stump, looking for snakes in the grass beneathLong-crested or Hawk Eagle Flying. A Long-crested Eagle aka Long-crested Hawk Eagle, flying in the skies above Nairobi National Park, Kenya Stock PhotosLong-crested or Hawk Eagle Flying. A Long-crested Eagle aka Long-crested Hawk Eagle, flying in the skies above Nairobi National Park, KenyaLong-crested Eagle Portrait. A Long-crested Eagle (aka Long-crested Hawk Eagle) portrait of head and shoulders, peering down from the branch of a tree in Stock ImageLong-crested Eagle Portrait. A Long-crested Eagle (aka Long-crested Hawk Eagle) portrait of head and shoulders, peering down from the branch of a tree inLong-crested Eagle Launching From Acacia. A Long-crested (Hawk) Eagle, launching into flight from the top of an Acacia bush in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Stock PhotographyLong-crested Eagle Launching From Acacia. A Long-crested (Hawk) Eagle, launching into flight from the top of an Acacia bush in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkLong-crested Eagle Perched On Acacia. A Long-crested Eagle (aka Long-crested Hawk Eagle), perched on top of an Acacia tree in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Stock ImagesLong-crested Eagle Perched On Acacia. A Long-crested Eagle (aka Long-crested Hawk Eagle), perched on top of an Acacia tree in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkMartial Eagle Flying. A Martial Eagle flying in Kenya's Tsavo East National Park Stock ImageMartial Eagle Flying. A Martial Eagle flying in Kenya's Tsavo East National ParkMartial Eagle, Immature. An immature Martial Eagle in Kenya's Meru National Park.  It has not yet attained its spotted breast, although a few are beginning to Royalty Free Stock PhotosMartial Eagle, Immature. An immature Martial Eagle in Kenya's Meru National Park. It has not yet attained its spotted breast, although a few are beginning toMartial Eagle - Youngster. A young Martial Eagle, perched on top of an Acacia tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy.  It has not yet gained the spotted breast Stock PhotoMartial Eagle - Youngster. A young Martial Eagle, perched on top of an Acacia tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. It has not yet gained the spotted breastAdult Martial Eagle Flying. A Martial Eagle adult, flying in Kenya Royalty Free Stock PhotographyAdult Martial Eagle Flying. A Martial Eagle adult, flying in KenyaMartial Eagle Perched In Acacia. An adult Martial Eagle perched on top of an Acacia tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Royalty Free Stock ImagesMartial Eagle Perched In Acacia. An adult Martial Eagle perched on top of an Acacia tree in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyCattle Egret Standing On Fallen Log. A Cattle Egret, standing on top of a fallen log in Kenya's Meru National Park Stock PhotosCattle Egret Standing On Fallen Log. A Cattle Egret, standing on top of a fallen log in Kenya's Meru National ParkCattle Egret, Posing On Log. A Cattle Egret, posing on top of a fallen log in Kenya's Meru National Park Royalty Free Stock ImagesCattle Egret, Posing On Log. A Cattle Egret, posing on top of a fallen log in Kenya's Meru National ParkCattle Egret, Preening. A Cattle Egret, preening, while standing on a large log in Kenya's Meru National Park Royalty Free Stock ImageCattle Egret, Preening. A Cattle Egret, preening, while standing on a large log in Kenya's Meru National ParkCattle Egret, Freshly Preened. A Cattle Egret, seen in Kenya's Meru National Park.  It had been preening and a few small feathers are still in the tip of its Stock PhotosCattle Egret, Freshly Preened. A Cattle Egret, seen in Kenya's Meru National Park. It had been preening and a few small feathers are still in the tip of itsDimorphic Egret - Dark Morph. Considered by some to be a race of Little Egret, there are two 'morphs', dark and light Royalty Free Stock PhotosDimorphic Egret - Dark Morph. Considered by some to be a race of Little Egret, there are two 'morphs', dark and lightDimorphic Egret - Dark Morph. Considered by some to be a race of Little Egret, there are two 'morphs', dark and light.  These are dark morphs, photographed in a Royalty Free Stock ImagesDimorphic Egret - Dark Morph. Considered by some to be a race of Little Egret, there are two 'morphs', dark and light. These are dark morphs, photographed in aDimorphic Egret - Light Morph. Considered by some to be a race of Little Egret, there are two 'morphs', dark and light. This is the light morph, photographed in Stock ImageDimorphic Egret - Light Morph. Considered by some to be a race of Little Egret, there are two 'morphs', dark and light. This is the light morph, photographed inGreat Egret. Aka Great White Egret or Large Egret Royalty Free Stock ImageGreat Egret. Aka Great White Egret or Large EgretLittle Bittern. A Little Bittern walking across reeds in Kenya Nairobi National Park Stock ImageLittle Bittern. A Little Bittern walking across reeds in Kenya Nairobi National ParkLittle Bittern. A Little Bittern standing on reeds in a dam in Kenya Nairobi National Park Stock ImagesLittle Bittern. A Little Bittern standing on reeds in a dam in Kenya Nairobi National ParkLittle or Lesser Egret. A Little Egret aka Lesser Egret, standing on a rock beside Lake Victoria, Kenya Royalty Free Stock ImagesLittle or Lesser Egret. A Little Egret aka Lesser Egret, standing on a rock beside Lake Victoria, KenyaLittle or Lesser Egret. A Little Egret aka Lesser Egret, hunting from a tree with branches overhanging Lake Victoria, Kenya Royalty Free Stock ImagesLittle or Lesser Egret. A Little Egret aka Lesser Egret, hunting from a tree with branches overhanging Lake Victoria, KenyaEgyptian Goose Feeding. An Egyptian Goose, feeding on plant stems, one clearly showing in its bill.  Normally seen near water, this was not the case in this Royalty Free Stock PhotosEgyptian Goose Feeding. An Egyptian Goose, feeding on plant stems, one clearly showing in its bill. Normally seen near water, this was not the case in thisEgyptian Goose Gosling Profile. An Egyptian Goose Gosling, still damp from a swim in the river situated in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Stock ImageEgyptian Goose Gosling Profile. An Egyptian Goose Gosling, still damp from a swim in the river situated in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyEgyptian Goose Gosling Portrait. Standing on a rock beside a river, chewing on grass are two Egyptian Goose Goslings.  Photographed in Kenya's Olare Orok Royalty Free Stock PhotographyEgyptian Goose Gosling Portrait. Standing on a rock beside a river, chewing on grass are two Egyptian Goose Goslings. Photographed in Kenya's Olare OrokEgyptian Goose Goslings Sliding Down Slope. A comical photograph of Egyptian Goose Goslings, sliding down an earthy river bank.  One seems to be trying to use Stock PhotographyEgyptian Goose Goslings Sliding Down Slope. A comical photograph of Egyptian Goose Goslings, sliding down an earthy river bank. One seems to be trying to useFemale Egyptian Goose and Goslings. A female Egyptian Goose was teaching her Goslings to swim, keeping a wary eye on them from a river bank in Kenya's Olare Orok Stock PhotosFemale Egyptian Goose and Goslings. A female Egyptian Goose was teaching her Goslings to swim, keeping a wary eye on them from a river bank in Kenya's Olare OrokEgyptian Geese Family Swimming. A family of Egyptian Geese, swimming in a slow-moving river in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy.  Their reflections in the muddied Royalty Free Stock PhotoEgyptian Geese Family Swimming. A family of Egyptian Geese, swimming in a slow-moving river in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. Their reflections in the muddiedEgyptian Geese Fighting. Male Egyptian Geese fighting over the smaller female. Their strong bills can cause much damage and bites are painful.  Thus the kicking Stock ImageEgyptian Geese Fighting. Male Egyptian Geese fighting over the smaller female. Their strong bills can cause much damage and bites are painful. Thus the kickingEgyptian Goose With Wings Spread. An Egyptian Goose, with its wings spread, showing the beautiful iridescent green, orange and white in its feathers.  This Stock PhotographyEgyptian Goose With Wings Spread. An Egyptian Goose, with its wings spread, showing the beautiful iridescent green, orange and white in its feathers. ThisEgyptian Goose Pair. A pair of Egyptian Geese, the male larger than the female.  They were standing beside a lake in Kenya's Nairobi National Park.  Their alert Stock ImagesEgyptian Goose Pair. A pair of Egyptian Geese, the male larger than the female. They were standing beside a lake in Kenya's Nairobi National Park. Their alertEgyptian Goose Portrait. Portrait of an Egyptian Goose, taken in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Stock ImagesEgyptian Goose Portrait. Portrait of an Egyptian Goose, taken in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkEgyptian Goose, Head Turned. Standing beside a large dam in Kenya's Nairobi National Park, the setting sun caught the many colours of this beautiful Egyptian Royalty Free Stock PhotographyEgyptian Goose, Head Turned. Standing beside a large dam in Kenya's Nairobi National Park, the setting sun caught the many colours of this beautiful EgyptianAfrican Grey Flycatcher. An African Grey Flycatcher, photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park.  Perched on a branch, it was looking for food on the ground Stock ImageAfrican Grey Flycatcher. An African Grey Flycatcher, photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park. Perched on a branch, it was looking for food on the groundAfrican Grey Flycatcher Singing. An African Grey Flycatcher, singing for its mate from a branch in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Royalty Free Stock PhotosAfrican Grey Flycatcher Singing. An African Grey Flycatcher, singing for its mate from a branch in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyAfrican Grey Flycatcher, Hunting. An African Grey Flycatcher, looking for insects on the ground in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Royalty Free Stock PhotosAfrican Grey Flycatcher, Hunting. An African Grey Flycatcher, looking for insects on the ground in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyAfrican Grey Flycatcher Perched. An African Grey Flycatcher, perched on a twig in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy.  It was looking down to the ground for insects Stock ImagesAfrican Grey Flycatcher Perched. An African Grey Flycatcher, perched on a twig in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. It was looking down to the ground for insectsAfrican Grey Flycatcher On Acacia. An African Grey Flycatcher, perched on top of an Acacia bush in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Stock ImageAfrican Grey Flycatcher On Acacia. An African Grey Flycatcher, perched on top of an Acacia bush in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyAfrican Grey Flycatcher, In Nest. Nesting in the fork of a tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy, a female African Flycatcher was well camouflaged Royalty Free Stock PhotographyAfrican Grey Flycatcher, In Nest. Nesting in the fork of a tree in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy, a female African Flycatcher was well camouflagedAfrican Paradise Flycatcher. A female African Paradise Flycatcher, perched briefly on a branch in bushes situated in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy.  It wasn't Royalty Free Stock PhotographyAfrican Paradise Flycatcher. A female African Paradise Flycatcher, perched briefly on a branch in bushes situated in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. It wasn'tNorthern Black Flycatcher. A Northern Black Flycatcher, seen in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. Perched on a branch, it was waiting for flying insects to appear Stock PhotosNorthern Black Flycatcher. A Northern Black Flycatcher, seen in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy. Perched on a branch, it was waiting for flying insects to appearSpotted Flycatcher. A Spotted Flycatcher, photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National Park Royalty Free Stock ImagesSpotted Flycatcher. A Spotted Flycatcher, photographed in Kenya's Nairobi National ParkCoqui Francolin Female Portrait. A head and shoulders portrait of a female Coqui Francolin.  She was in long grass, in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Stock ImagesCoqui Francolin Female Portrait. A head and shoulders portrait of a female Coqui Francolin. She was in long grass, in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyCoqui Francolin Male Calling. A male Coqui Francolin had lost sight of his mate and was calling her.  Photographed in Kenya Royalty Free Stock ImagesCoqui Francolin Male Calling. A male Coqui Francolin had lost sight of his mate and was calling her. Photographed in KenyaCoqui Francolin Male About To Fly. A male Coqui Francolin, flapping his wings, about to fly.  Photographed in Kenya Royalty Free Stock PhotoCoqui Francolin Male About To Fly. A male Coqui Francolin, flapping his wings, about to fly. Photographed in KenyaCoqui Francolin Female. Portrait of female Coqui Francolin, standing beside churned-up earth, where it knows insects will be hiding. Photographed in Kenya Stock PhotoCoqui Francolin Female. Portrait of female Coqui Francolin, standing beside churned-up earth, where it knows insects will be hiding. Photographed in KenyaCoqui Francolin Male Running. A male Coqui Francolin, running across open ground in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Stock ImageCoqui Francolin Male Running. A male Coqui Francolin, running across open ground in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyCoqui Francolin Male. Male Coqui Francolin walking in open ground in Kenya's Olare Orok Conservancy Stock PhotosCoqui Francolin Male. Male Coqui Francolin walking in open ground in Kenya's Olare Orok ConservancyCrested Francolin Walking. A Crested Francolin, walking through grass, looking out for insects.  Its foot is raised, showing long toes Stock PhotoCrested Francolin Walking. A Crested Francolin, walking through grass, looking out for insects. Its foot is raised, showing long toesDark Chanting Goshawk. A Dark Chanting Goshawk, standing on the branch of a tree, looking downwards for prey in Kenya's Masai Mara Stock ImagesDark Chanting Goshawk. A Dark Chanting Goshawk, standing on the branch of a tree, looking downwards for prey in Kenya's Masai MaraDark Chanting Goshawk Eating Snake. A Dark Chanting Goshawk, eating a small snake in a tree in Kenya's Masai Mara Royalty Free Stock PhotosDark Chanting Goshawk Eating Snake. A Dark Chanting Goshawk, eating a small snake in a tree in Kenya's Masai MaraDark Chanting Goshawk. Perched on one leg, high up on the branch of a tree overlooking Kenya's Masai Mara, a Dark Chanting Goshawk is looking down for prey Stock PhotographyDark Chanting Goshawk. Perched on one leg, high up on the branch of a tree overlooking Kenya's Masai Mara, a Dark Chanting Goshawk is looking down for preyEastern Chanting Goshawk - Immature. An immature Eastern Chanting Goshawk (aka Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk or Somali Chanting Goshawk) perched on a branch Stock PhotographyEastern Chanting Goshawk - Immature. An immature Eastern Chanting Goshawk (aka Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk or Somali Chanting Goshawk) perched on a branchEastern Chanting Goshawk With Prey. An Eastern Chanting Goshawk (aka Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk or Somali Chanting Goshawk) with its prey of a Black-faced Royalty Free Stock ImageEastern Chanting Goshawk With Prey. An Eastern Chanting Goshawk (aka Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk or Somali Chanting Goshawk) with its prey of a Black-facedEastern Chanting Goshawk With Black-faced Sandgrouse. An Eastern Chanting Goshawk with its prey of Black-faced Sandgrouse in a tree in Kenya's Meru National Park Stock PhotoEastern Chanting Goshawk With Black-faced Sandgrouse. An Eastern Chanting Goshawk with its prey of Black-faced Sandgrouse in a tree in Kenya's Meru National ParkGabar Goshawk With Small Bird. A Gabar Goshawk, with its prey of a small bird in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya Stock PhotoGabar Goshawk With Small Bird. A Gabar Goshawk, with its prey of a small bird in Olare Orok Conservancy, KenyaGabar Goshawk With Prey. A Gabar Goshawk with the remains of a small bird it had captured in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya Royalty Free Stock PhotosGabar Goshawk With Prey. A Gabar Goshawk with the remains of a small bird it had captured in Olare Orok Conservancy, KenyaGreat White Pelican Males. Two Great White Pelican males, photographed beside the large dam in Nairobi National Park, Kenya.  These massive birds had flown down Royalty Free Stock PhotographyGreat White Pelican Males. Two Great White Pelican males, photographed beside the large dam in Nairobi National Park, Kenya. These massive birds had flown downGrey Crowned Cranes Flying. A pair of Grey Crowned Cranes in flight over the Masai Mara, Kenya.  I was fortunate to capture one with wings up and the other, down Stock PhotosGrey Crowned Cranes Flying. A pair of Grey Crowned Cranes in flight over the Masai Mara, Kenya. I was fortunate to capture one with wings up and the other, downPair of Grey Crowned Cranes Foraging. A pair of Grey Crowned Cranes, foraging for seed, plant matter or animal matter in Nairobi National Park, Kenya Royalty Free Stock ImagePair of Grey Crowned Cranes Foraging. A pair of Grey Crowned Cranes, foraging for seed, plant matter or animal matter in Nairobi National Park, KenyaGrey Crowned Crane Portrait. Head and shoulders portrait of a Grey Crowned Crane, with its long neck elegantly curved.  Photographed in Nairobi National Park Stock ImageGrey Crowned Crane Portrait. Head and shoulders portrait of a Grey Crowned Crane, with its long neck elegantly curved. Photographed in Nairobi National ParkGrey Crested Crane Portrait. A head and shoulders portrait of a Grey Crested Crane - Balearica regulorum. Possibly Africa's most colourful bird. As well as grey Stock PhotoGrey Crested Crane Portrait. A head and shoulders portrait of a Grey Crested Crane - Balearica regulorum. Possibly Africa's most colourful bird. As well as greyGrey Crowned Crane Eating. A Grey Crowned Crane, eating grass seed in Nairobi National Park, Kenya.  Most of their diet is seed and plant matter, but they also Stock PhotosGrey Crowned Crane Eating. A Grey Crowned Crane, eating grass seed in Nairobi National Park, Kenya. Most of their diet is seed and plant matter, but they alsoGrey Crowned Crane Portrait Eating. A head and shoulders portrait of a Grey Crowned Crane, aka East African Grey Crowned Crane, eating grass seed Royalty Free Stock PhotographyGrey Crowned Crane Portrait Eating. A head and shoulders portrait of a Grey Crowned Crane, aka East African Grey Crowned Crane, eating grass seedGrey Crowned Crane Side Portrait. A Grey Crowned Crane, standing on a murram road in Nairobi National Park, Kenya.  This side portrait shows its long neck and Stock ImageGrey Crowned Crane Side Portrait. A Grey Crowned Crane, standing on a murram road in Nairobi National Park, Kenya. This side portrait shows its long neck andGrey Crowned Crane Intimidating. A Grey Crowned Crane, wings spread out, intimidating small frogs or other aquatic reptiles. These birds mostly eat seed and Royalty Free Stock PhotosGrey Crowned Crane Intimidating. A Grey Crowned Crane, wings spread out, intimidating small frogs or other aquatic reptiles. These birds mostly eat seed andGrey Crowned Crane Walking. Walking across a murram road in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, a Grey Crowned Crane had its foot raised, showing its long toes Royalty Free Stock ImagesGrey Crowned Crane Walking. Walking across a murram road in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, a Grey Crowned Crane had its foot raised, showing its long toesGrey-headed Sparrow - passer griseus. A Grey-headed Sparrow, with head turned and looking comical, with grass sticking to its bill.  It had been feeding on seeds Royalty Free Stock ImageGrey-headed Sparrow - passer griseus. A Grey-headed Sparrow, with head turned and looking comical, with grass sticking to its bill. It had been feeding on seedsGrey-headed Sparrow With Caterpillar. Grey-headed Sparrows, aka Northern Grey-headed Sparrows or Common Grey-headed Sparrows are omnivorous, eating seeds, as Stock ImageGrey-headed Sparrow With Caterpillar. Grey-headed Sparrows, aka Northern Grey-headed Sparrows or Common Grey-headed Sparrows are omnivorous, eating seeds, asCrested Guineafowl - Guttera pucherani. Two Crested Guineafowl, crossing a murram road in Meru National Park, Kenya.  One has its foot raised, showing the Royalty Free Stock PhotographyCrested Guineafowl - Guttera pucherani. Two Crested Guineafowl, crossing a murram road in Meru National Park, Kenya. One has its foot raised, showing theCrested Guineafowl - Guttera pucherani. Three Crested Guineafowl crossing a murram road in Meru National Park, Kenya.  The long toes they use to scratch at dung Stock PhotographyCrested Guineafowl - Guttera pucherani. Three Crested Guineafowl crossing a murram road in Meru National Park, Kenya. The long toes they use to scratch at dungHelmeted Guinefowl Scratching. A Helmeted Guinefowl, scrating at Elephant dung, to dislodge insects.  Photographed in Masai Mara, Kenya, where large flocks of Stock ImageHelmeted Guinefowl Scratching. A Helmeted Guinefowl, scrating at Elephant dung, to dislodge insects. Photographed in Masai Mara, Kenya, where large flocks ofHelmeted Guineafowl - Numida meleagris. Helmeted Guineafowl, scratching in grassland in Olare Orok, Kenya, looking for insects or seeds Stock ImagesHelmeted Guineafowl - Numida meleagris. Helmeted Guineafowl, scratching in grassland in Olare Orok, Kenya, looking for insects or seedsHelmeted Guineafowl With Ball Of Elephant Dung. Helmeted Guineafowl, scratching at a ball of Elephant dung, attempting to break it open and gain access to Stock PhotoHelmeted Guineafowl With Ball Of Elephant Dung. Helmeted Guineafowl, scratching at a ball of Elephant dung, attempting to break it open and gain access toHelmeted Guineafowl - Three In A Line. A line-up of three Helmeted Guineafowl in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya. These birds are shy by nature and were looking Stock PhotosHelmeted Guineafowl - Three In A Line. A line-up of three Helmeted Guineafowl in Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya. These birds are shy by nature and were lookingHelmeted Guineafowl - Humerous. A comical photograph of a Helmeted Guineafowl seemingly having two heads, with another Guineafowl looking on, bemused Royalty Free Stock PhotographyHelmeted Guineafowl - Humerous. A comical photograph of a Helmeted Guineafowl seemingly having two heads, with another Guineafowl looking on, bemusedHadada Ibis Digging For Food. Hadada or Hadeda Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash are carniverous and dig into the ground searching for insects, worms, frogs and small Royalty Free Stock ImageHadada Ibis Digging For Food. Hadada or Hadeda Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash are carniverous and dig into the ground searching for insects, worms, frogs and smallHadada Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash. A Hadada Ibis, walking across grass on Mfangano Island in Lake Victoria, Kenya.  The sun was picking out the mix of iridescent Stock PhotoHadada Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash. A Hadada Ibis, walking across grass on Mfangano Island in Lake Victoria, Kenya. The sun was picking out the mix of iridescentHadada Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash. A Hadada Ibis walking, searching for food in the grass. It will then prod with its long, decurved bill, capturing insects Royalty Free Stock PhotosHadada Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash. A Hadada Ibis walking, searching for food in the grass. It will then prod with its long, decurved bill, capturing insectsHamerkop - Scopus umbretta. A Hamerkop in early morning sunlight in Masai Mara, Kenya Royalty Free Stock ImagesHamerkop - Scopus umbretta. A Hamerkop in early morning sunlight in Masai Mara, KenyaHamerkop - Holding Stick. Hamerkop are intelligent birds.  This one was holding a stick in its bill, getting ready to drop it and dislodge ants inside Stock PhotosHamerkop - Holding Stick. Hamerkop are intelligent birds. This one was holding a stick in its bill, getting ready to drop it and dislodge ants insideHamerkop Studying Stick. Hamerkop are intelligent birds.  This one picked up a stick and dropped it, to dislodge ants inside.  It was studying the stick Royalty Free Stock PhotographyHamerkop Studying Stick. Hamerkop are intelligent birds. This one picked up a stick and dropped it, to dislodge ants inside. It was studying the stickHamerkop Throwing Stick. Hamerkop are intelligent birds.  This one had picked up a stick and was dropping it onto a rock, to dislodge ants inside Royalty Free Stock ImagesHamerkop Throwing Stick. Hamerkop are intelligent birds. This one had picked up a stick and was dropping it onto a rock, to dislodge ants insideHamerkop Hunting In Water. Hamerkop foraging for amphibians on the shores of Mfangano Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya Stock PhotographyHamerkop Hunting In Water. Hamerkop foraging for amphibians on the shores of Mfangano Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya