Was looking for food in open area which was quite bare. Only short bushes. Surrounded by Mopanie woodland.
No interactions present.
A pale individual, which rings a bell of subspecies occidentalis. This is, in fact, not impossible, as there is a very large area of intergradation between the two subspecies. According to the rough map in RGV (p.144), this locality may perhaps fall in the transition zone. Perhaps I would prefer subspecies occidentalis, but I do not know these birds all that well.
Lat/Lng: -24.6, 31.5
Seen just outside Letaba camp in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.