A stream Beyond Kiganjo

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The other weekend while pursuing one of my other passions, #BikeStories in Kiganjo i came a cross a small quiet stream adjacent the closed road. I followed a small narrow foot path used by the locals that led me to bird haven

I can say i was amazed by the wide array of birds that where around. Considering the time with the sun overhead, Weavers, bishops, Waxbills et al were in display

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Some were having a bath or can you say, cooling off in the mid day sun and others where busy quench their thirst. For the first time, i was able to spot three unique birds to me at the same place and this brought excitement

I must say, this it was a lucky day for me to spot the red collared widow bird male displaying his red bright colors and a long tail feather. He was just all over, i should have found his dancing ground to culminate my great day

Also herein i saw a yellow bird that seemed to be a canary or close to an African Citril. I nearly forgot the reason for going to Kiganjo. The bikes #MachoniMwangu do check see as well as they had brought me to Kiganjo this day

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