This has been a marvellous time to see birds in Pigeon Valley; with dry conditions until early August the Isoglossa Woodii dies back a bit, opening up views. As one goes up the main track, the last bird bath is on the right. To the left of this, two of us had a remarkable sighting - the almost-never seen Buff-spotted Flufftail, moving relaxedly around next to the bush. And then on the 14th, a bird we have never seen before here, the Lemon Dove (formerly known as Cinnamon because of the colour on the front, but now named as a mistranslation of the Afrikaans Lemoen, because it was seen around orange groves). This was at exactly the same spot. The lighting was a bit dim, but the bird is unmistakeable.