Monthly Archives: March 2015
Led by Mike Roseblade Five of us met at the Westville Civic Centre at 07h00. We started off on the trail in the Civic Centre grounds and came across several bird parties before we had progresses far. Once we had crossed … Continue reading
Sunday 22 March 2015 Mystery Wader Without a scope, we struggled long and hard over this wader. The very dark patch on its left shoulder was quite confusing. It crossed our minds that it could have been a Green Sandpiper. It … Continue reading
Click here to read the BirdLife South Africa Annual Report 2014.
Click here to read the Dolphin Coast Bird Club Newsletter March 2015.
Report by Rex Aspeling. A wonderful sunrise greeted us on the way to SAPPI- Stanger. As there were only 12 of us we all headed to the hide where this great birding spot lived up to its reputation. Due to … Continue reading
The morning started off with about 20 people but ended up with +27 and our bird count was +51. As I had been to the bay on Friday and was aware that low tide was very very low and high … Continue reading
Dragon Peaks 27 February to 1 March Report by Paul and Sally Bartho Sally and I set out several days early to scout the area around Dragon Peaks to see where we could lead the group birding for the weekend. … Continue reading
Climate Change and War. For years, scientists and security analysts have warned that global warming looms as a potential source of war and unrest. Storms, droughts, floods and spells of extreme heat or exceptional cold can all destroy wealth, ravage … Continue reading
Since I have not provided any report for a long time, let me update readers on events in Pigeon Valley, Durban, since December. We have had a persistent pair of Booted Eagles around, and one marvellous sighting, the first on … Continue reading
Volunteers Wanted. Please click here to read how to volunteer and get involved in a meaningful bird outing.
Click here to read how Swaziland shows Africa how to save rhinos.
Click here to read the report of the SANParks Honorary Rangers weekend in January.