Black Heron. the flock roosting on Pangavini and feeding in the Jangwani-Kunduchi salt pans is at least 35 birds, quite good for Dar. Worn primaries on many birds, could they be breeding on Pangavini ? JD ? no regular movement between shore and island at the mo but not much time spent looking.
Honey Buzzard, a single bird being mobbed by House Crows (inevitably) last week.
Collared Sunbird, nest building on the Peninsular in a garden that has 2 crow traps, a very good sign. Also 2 Spectacled Weavers in the same garden.
Osprey, a single bird over the Jangwani - Kunduchi salt pans on Sunday.
Black Kite (no bins, not sure if black or yellow-billed) quite a rare bird in Dar these days.
Black Cuckoo Shrike, a female on Sunday at Kunduchi.
White-browed Robin Chat, singing from many gardens, quite remarkable that this and the Spotted Morning Thrush do so well.
Blue-naped Mousebird. I suspect this Dar population is a result of escapees / releases from the bird trade. Often seen in the Kunduchi Salt Pans area.
helps to keep one sane in this mad mad city...............