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Month: March 2013
Here is a photo I took of a cormorant which I took at Cape Point in December on the shipwreck Trail. Can anyone ID it for me? Cheryl King. Please add your opinion in Comments below the Post. Remember: If you would like to register to receive our posts then go to the very bottom left of…
Mahai, Ithala, Ndumo, Bonamanzi & Richards Bay.
Sally and I are back from our impromptu wanderings around Natal. We headed to Mahai for 5 days, Ithala and Ndumo for 4 days each then 2 days each in Bonamanzi and Richards Bay. We had interesting sightings in most places. To enlarge the photos – single click (left mouse button). To return to the…
Amatikulu Outing – 17th March – Feedback
Our outing to Amatikulu was very pleasant and we spent most of the day there. There was only seven of us, the distance from Durban and unpredictable weather kept the numbers down. Members who attended ; Sandi du Preez, Marion Spence, Peter Farrington and Frankie and Simon and Sandy who had booked in for the…
I need help in identifying this bird that I photographed in the western Cape please. Merle McKenzie
Southern Africa’s Butterfly Atlas and Red List book
Final reminder: Southern Africa’s Butterfly Atlas and Red List book is available for order via the pre-publication offer, which expires 31 March. A significant piece of work for butterfly conservation in our region. The accounts for all of our 794 species and subspecies are accompanied by beautiful photographs to aid identification, as well as distribution…
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ID Challenge. If you know what this bird is then click on “Comments” below the picture and state your case. Paul.
Half-collared is back
Just to let you know that after being with us at Le Domaine for 4 months last year, the Half-collared Kingfisher is back. It was seen several times over the weekend. We are hoping this will be an annual ritual to which we can look forward. Paul & Sally Bartho