As one might expect, there is also a large variety of birds, especially waterbirds, such as comb ducks (a.k.a. knob-billed ducks, for obvious reasons):
Blacksmith lapwing (so named because of its call, which resembles a small hammer hitting an anvil):
And the ubiquitous Egyptian goose:
Also commonly found at the reserve is the white-faced duck:
and yellow-billed duck:
It is a congenial place to make sketches of birds, something I try now and then when I can work up the courage to try sketching moving targets.