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The Black-winged Stilt is a common bird throughout the southern African region. Its advantage over fellow wading species in the search for food is it’s exceptionally long legs. It is therefore often the first to arrive in tidal estuaries as waters recede, and the last to leave as they rise.

The Black-winged Stilt is a common bird throughout the southern African region. Its advantage over fellow wading species in the search for food is it’s exceptionally long legs. It is therefore often the first to arrive in tidal estuaries as waters recede, and the last to leave as they rise.

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Africa
Black-winged Stilt
Cape Town
Costal
Indigenous
Kruger National Park
Londolozi
South Africa
Tropical
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rivers
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