Hamerkop, Malawi by Tim Cowley

Spotted near Chikwawa south of Blantyre in the sub saharan African nation of Malawi.

I live full time in Mozambique with my family (there’s six of us!) and shoot primarily documentary, landscape and environmental portraits. Available for freelance work. Check out www.Ajambule.com (that means “take my picture” in my part of the world) for more info.

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  • sarah ward
    sarah wardabout 6 years ago

    Love the pose, great shot : )

  • Chuck Gardner
    Chuck Gardnerabout 6 years ago

    This is really great, Tim; It is so different looking than anything we have here in the States. The only bird we have that looks anything like it is the roadrunner. Are the male and female the same gold color?

  • Thanks Chuck. I thought you’d like this. I don’t know about the male and female differences. I don’t have my bird book in front of me. I suppose you could find out online somewhere. I’ll try to find my other shot of this one as well, head not so defined like a hammer.

    – Tim Cowley

  • David Clarke
    David Clarkeover 5 years ago


    Congratulations, Tim! Great shot!

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