I soon managed to find some Double-barred Finches, Taeniopygia bichenovii, feeding in some bushes and grass. In the past this bird was also know as the Bicheno's Finch and the Owl Faced Finch.
Like all small birds that feed in tall grass, the curse of grass blades over the eyes of the bird, or missed focus was well to the fore as I tried to get some pictures. I did manage to get some images of what I take to be a family of (relatively?) newly fledged birds begging for food from an adult. At first I assumed it was just a huge fight - but closer inspection showed otherwise.
These are rather small birds - about 10cm long - and like most finches they are very active.
These images (especially) the group shots are best viewed by clicking on them to see a larger version.
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