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In Search of the Shoebill

What is it – a bird? A dinosaur? Tyler and Shannon headed to Uganda on a quest to find out more about one of Africa’s most enigmatic inhabitants, the shoebill

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African Wildlife , Bird Photography , Birding , Birdlife , Shoebill , Travel East Africa , Uganda , West of Angama Mara

About: Tyler Davis

As on-property regional director, guide and birding fundi, Tyler is one half of the regional director couple that leads the team at Angama Mara. Being the birding extraordinaire that he is, he has been known to let his attention wander during meetings. The trick to keep him focused is to place him with no direct view of anything feathered. Tyler ensures that we are a grounded and well-rounded team. He also sometimes forgets to take his binoculars off at dinnertime.

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