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@WardlawJohn, Storin1315, and George Patsin: I removed the following text from the Habitat section:

Found on occasion in the CBD of Stellenbosch town in the Western Cape of South Africa. Seen in Stellenbosch in Onder Papegaaiberg and in Technopark on 29 June 2020. Also observed about 120 km from Stellenbosch in the suburbs of Onrusriver (Onrus) which is situated on the coast near Hermanus. Seen on 6 June 2020 in Harman Road Claremont. Also seen 23 June 2020 around Ainslie Road, Plumstead and 13 July 2020 in Kenilworth. Previously also seen in CBD Cape Town, between the Cullinan and the Southern Sun Waterfront hotels. It was hunting in the tees on the square. 2 starlings were flying around it in great agitation. He must've know there was a nest somewhere there.Seen in Ceres in the witzenberg sitting on an electric pole by the Naude Street park on 29 June 2020. Seen climbing about in a Newtonia tree in the Miotoni suburb of Karen, Nairobi, Kenya, on July 4th 2020. Seen in Karen (Kenya) , Jacob Chege Drive 14th July 2020

That's original research, and doesn't belong on Wikipedia. There are definitely sites where you can report bird sightings, and there are distribution maps that can be referenced from reliable sources to use for Wikipedia, but a list of uncited sightings isn't appropriate here. --Slashme (talk) 10:38, 26 July 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]