Small, yellow, without facial markings but a grey crown and nape (top and back of the head). Calls in a series of fast and loud warbles. Often heard before seen.
A dove-sized, shiny-black bird with rufous wings, seen when in flight. The soft, musical twee twee calls announce this bird.
A noisy, bright-yellow bird with yellow eyes, a black bill and an orangey-brown wash on its face.
Greater Double-collared Sunbird
Small, flitting from flower to flower; it has a long, curved bill, feathers that are bright green in the sun, with a purple and wider red band across its chest. The grey coloured female is always somewhere near.
A secretive bird, easier to hear than to see. It has a bright yellow-orange breast and a green crown and back eyes.
Calls out suddenly from inside a bush, saying Willie!! Seen only when it flies from bush to bush.
One of the many cuckoos that visit us in the summer. Upperparts are flashy emerald with a white breast and red eye. It calls its own name in high-pitched notes.