Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Yellow wagtails (Motacilla flava) inhabit the edges of pans, short grass on floodplains and open mudbanks. Observations can be made in areas near water until the onset of rains, when they disperse around the countryside.Distribution: Scattered locations in central and northern Namibia including Swakopmund, Etosha National Park, Caprivi Strip the Naukluft Mountain region.
Diet: Forages on the ground and chases insects in the air. Often seen searching for food around, cattle, antelopes and zebra. Eats beetles, bugs, ants and wasps, grasshoppers and flies.Description: A short-tailed wagtail with some yellow or green in the plumage. Flava is Latin for 'yellow'.
Size: 17cm. Weight: 22g.
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Right in the middle of town, the Hansa is over 100 years old and still offers top quality accommodation
Hotel situated close to the town center, decorated in a Victorian style
Centrally located hotel with old world German style
Situated out of town on the Rossmund Golf course, one of the world's best desert courses.
A brand new hotel, on the site of the old Strand Hotel, is set to open in August 2015
A very centrally located small hotel - within easy walking distance of the town center, Swakopmunds favourite restaurants - the Jetty and the Tug, as well as everything else the town has to offer
A large hotel, based around the historic railway station. Complete with casino, bars and restaurants
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