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|Birding by Habitat: Beginner, Enthusiast, Expert Course|
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|The Basics of Birding||These are introductory Components aimed at the beginner birder. They look at the basics of birding, binoculars, field guides, jargon, birding ethics, taxonomy and naming in addition to the basics of bird identification.|
|Birding in Aquatic Habitats||A very concise yet highly detailed guide to the identification of all birds associated with water and aquatic habitats: Lakes, Pans and rivers, floating vegetation, Reed beds and papyrus beds, Wetlands including marshes, Flooded sedges and grasses, Riverside vegetation, Inland water bodies, Open rivers, sandbanks, Rocks, Dead trees, non-vegetated river banks, Beaches, Headlands and Estuary mouths.|
|Identifying Birds of Prey||A very concise yet highly detailed guide to the identification to all the Birds of Prey (Raptors) of Africa. First divisible by habitat: Lowland Equatorial and Gallery Forest , Mid to high altitude Montane Forest , Woodland, Savannah, Grasslands, Semi-desert and the aquatic habitats of Rivers, Dams, lakes, marshes and Estuaries. From this point morphological characteristics are utilised.|
|Identifying Birds: Woodland and Forest Habitats||At the conclusion of this Module, learners should be able to determine which bird species are likely to be found in Low Equatorial Forest habitats as well as in Mid – High Altitude Forest habitats (Above 900m). This two Component Module is split between between the Low and High altitude forests.|