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Madagascar Bee-eater in Spiny Forest, Madagascar This one is heavily post processed and I'm not too happy with the result, but it was the first time I ever spotted any bee-eater, and since it's a specie introduction, I'll hereby post it anyway. Ifaty,Madagascar,Merops superciliosus,Olive Bee-eater,Spiny Forest Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Madagascar Bee-eater in Spiny Forest, Madagascar

This one is heavily post processed and I'm not too happy with the result, but it was the first time I ever spotted any bee-eater, and since it's a specie introduction, I'll hereby post it anyway.

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The Olive Bee-eater, is a near passerine bee-eater species in the genus ''Merops''.

The Olive Bee-eater is found in the grassland and coastal mountain forests of East Africa and Madagascar, and an isolated population can be found in coastal Angola. They are partially migratory, and usually breed only in the southern portion of their range, moving north for the dry season in southern Africa. It lays four eggs in a burrow nest at the beginning of the southern African wet season, and the.. more

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By Ferdy Christant

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Uploaded Feb 14, 2013. Captured Sep 13, 2012 08:58.
  • NIKON D7000
  • f/6.3
  • 1/500s
  • ISO140
  • 500mm