African Birds

While we’re on the subject, here are some more bird images that I took in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, East Africa. The colours of some of the birds there are amazing!


African Bird, Serengeti National park, Tanzania, East Africa
Copyright: Sam Clark Photography
Lasser Masked Weaver (Ploceus intermedius), Serengeti National Park. Tanzania, Africa

4 Responses

  1. Hey Sam ..these are wonderful pics..I see alot of canary traits in these birds..might be related..or NOT! How on earth did you get them to hold still and not twitch and then say “birdseed”? LoL Just beautiful they really are.

  2. Hello Sam, you know I love a good bird and well these are great birds! Good stuff, we must go birding one day hey!

    • David.. LOL…thanks for that! Will be good to go out on a shoot sometime, might have trouble with the birds though… your lens is sooo big, I’ll be in all your shots!

  3. Hey Michelle, thanks for that! Not sure on the birds origin, but definitely beautiful colours! Believe me, they don’t stay still for long 🙂

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