This bold little flycatcher is the White Headed Marsh Tyrant. As its name suggests, it can be found in marshy or wetland areas. They are a common sight, perching on branches around canals, rice fields, around the ponds in the Botanical Gardens in Georgetown, and in the Rupununi Wetlands. From its perch, the White Headed Marsh Tyrant sallies out to catch flying insects or to glean caterpillars from plants.
Dr Jagan enjoys a ride on a ferris wheel with his grandchildren. Cheddi Jagan and Forbes Burnham leave then British Guiana to plead their case abroad, following the suspension of the constitution by the British in 1953.
By Sharief Khan (An excerpt from an interview with Sharief Khan reprinted from Stabroek News, December 11, 1987, page 5) In gaining a politician like Cheddi Jagan Guyana might have lost a cricketer.
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