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The African BirdFair; A Feast of Birds and Art…

Covid and lockdown does not stop birding! Birds still fly, wings still beat…. I still sketch and paint, and birders take flight onto the internet airwaves, going virtual! Rooting around cyberspace clues, digging into virtual exhibitions and online zoom chats … Continue reading

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Lin Barrie Catalogue, Bird Art

Lin Barrie Catalogue, Bird Art   Brown necked parrots, oil on canvas, framed/glassed, 61 x70 cm  Brown necked parrots, (Cape or Grey headed Parrots), pencil on paper, A2 Carmine season, acrylic on stretched canvas, 90 x 90 cm Corvus sketch, … Continue reading

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Hyenas and Owl at Sunrise, Baobab pulp for breakfast;Tiepolo sky, Moths and Mango at Sunset……

Sunrise brings a watery radiance, the promise of rain, as two hyenas chat to each other in subdued voices across the Save River and as I relax with coffee, in the chair on my veranda at Chilo, a young owl flies off … Continue reading

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African Wood Owls fascinate; Gecko for supper….

  African Wood Owl – Strix woodfordii As dusk falls, we sit quietly on the breakfast deck at Chilo Gorge…listening to the night sounds, enjoying the cool after a long, hot, rain-threatening day… A bush baby tiptoes out of the … Continue reading

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