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Werner Breedt

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Werner guided at Londolozi from 2014-2016, but misses it so much now that he is based down in the Western Cape, that he begged to be able to continue contributing to the blog. Look out for his posts on a wide range of ...

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on It’s Not Just a Bird: What the Woodland Kingfisher Means to Londolozi

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Jill Grady
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That is a spectacularly beautiful bird Werner! I wasn’t able to see the Woodlands Kingfisher when I was there in Sept. 2013 — too early for its arrival at Londolozi, with very cold mornings still. Thank you for the great blog and stunning pictures.

Werner
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Thank you Jill!
Well come and visit us now! Sure you will be able to see one ! They are beautiful and every second spent with them is so worthwhile!

Jill Grady
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That would be fantastic Werner! I’m hoping to be back there at Londolozi one day soon! It would be great seeing all the beautiful birds, including the Woodland Kingfisher.

Brian C
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I had never seen this incredible bird before. Thanks. The colors remind me of the Blue Jay, although the Woodland Kingfisher is a lighter sky blue. It is just beautiful.

Glen M
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Stunning pictures of a stunning bird.

Raymond
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What a sighting of a pretty bird

Diana Raisa
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For me, the kingfishers are too not just birds!

Diana Raisa
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Well, he died in the year 1926, I’ve forgot about it a little. But it doesn’t matter to me.

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