Tristan Dickerson with be talking on the capture of Snow Leopards in China.
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the Umgeni Bird Park at 10.00. Meet there and we will walk down to the
estuary for low tide at 11.00. On completing the Estuary count we shall
proceed to Bayhead.
This is a very good way for members who would like to become more involved
in the club’s various conservation activities – come along, participate and
learn how to do the counts. Bring wellies, bins, paper, pens, tea snacks,
Please note that the following photos stand corrected with respect to their ID. Thanks to those readers pointing out the errors. Also to those who helped with some of the IDs of the UI (unidentified) bird photos.
One Raptor (2 photos) still remains a mystery – see below. It had a pale rump – seen in Bonamanzi. We were told that Bonamanzi sports both Steppe and Forest Buzzards at this time of the year. I don’t know if that will help. I have also been told that Forest Buzzard is unlikely in Bonamanzi as the habitat is not suitable.