Caprimulgus rufigena   Rufous-cheeked Nightjar  Rooiwangnaguil
Rufous-cheeked Nightjar
SwebeSwebe Jan 2014

A breeding summer visitor, present from October to March. It occurs widely and is fairly common, favouring lightly wooded or open country. It is mostly detected sitting on roads after dark or from its prolonged churring call at dusk; calling, however, ceases after December.
Rufous-cheeked Nightjar Waterberg distribution
NegeSter, Oct 2018
Rufous-cheeked Nightjar with chick
Bela Bela
Rufous-cheeked Nightjar eggs
Modimolle, Oct 2014

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