Nice. The species which are familiar to you are “exotic” to most of us. The 
plover has markings similar to what’s known here in the Midwest as a killdeer.

-p
On Sep 9, 2018, 12:59 AM -0400, Alan C <c...@lantic.net>, wrote:
> Thanks, Subash. Apart from the Three Banded & some Blacksmiths, there
> was nothing to see. I think the receding waterline, free of vegetation,
> may be a factor.
>
> Alan C
>
> On 08-Sep-18 04:45 PM, Alan C wrote:
> > I went for my weekly drive to Sable Dam this afternoon. Very hot &
> > dry. Hardly saw anything (2 Giraffe, 2 Elephants, some Dassies, 4
> > Kudus & a few birds - not a single Impala). Sable Dam is still about
> > 40% full so should last out to the rains which are only about 2½
> > months away. Here are shots of a Three Banded Sand-Plover on the edge
> > of the dam & a browsing Kudu Cow (scroll right) just inside the
> > Phalaborwa gate:
> >
> > https://www.flickr.com/photos/wisselstroom/43642504485/
> >
> > K5 & HD 55-300.
> >
> > Alan C
> >
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