Chickens, Hoots and Naughty Nightjars in Oystercatcher

Why would chickens lying tied up at a market, waiting to be sold, receive any attention in a presentation on birding in Namibia and Angola?

Who are the Hoots, and what did they do to the Naughty Nightjars, the Hermanus Harriers, the Hemel-en-Aarde Hawks and the Titbabblers?

Read all about these, and about the non-stop 2 735 km flight of a songbird no bigger than a sparrow, in the latest Oystercatcher. Just click on the “Oystercatcher” link above.

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