White-browed Robin-chat or Heuglin’s Robin

Cossypha heuglini

There are 5 Robin-chats in Southern Africa, with the White-browed Robin-chat being a relatively large one that is a common resident of dense thickets and tangles. It can be told from Chorister Robin-chat by means of its distinct, white supercilium.
I first bumped into this species at a good friend’s wedding in White River, but my best photographs to date were taken in Berg en Dal Restcamp in the Kruger National Park.


White-browed Robin-chat / Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Kruger National Park, South Africa / November 2018 White-browed Robin-chat / Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Kruger National Park, South Africa / November 2018 White-browed Robin-chat / Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Kruger National Park, South Africa / November 2018 White-browed Robin-chat / Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Kruger National Park, South Africa / November 2018 White-browed Robin-chat / Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Kruger National Park, South Africa / November 2018 White-browed Robin-chat or Heauglin’s Robin / Pafuri, Kruger National Park, South Africa White-browed Robin-chat / Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Kruger National Park, South Africa / November 2018 White-browed Robin-chat / Aberdares National Park, Kenya White-browed Robin-chat / White River, South Africa
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