Iphithi N.R. Outing- 20 May


Iphithi N.R. Outing- 20May

With Sandi Du Preez

Iphiti Birders

Iphiti Birders

Sixteen birders turned up for the outing to this lovely reserve, which was a rather large group for a gloomy Wednesday!

Specials were White-eared Barbets, Grey-headed Bushshrike (heard and seen), Black Crake, African Crowned Eagle, and 5 Sunbird species (Amethyst, Collared, Greater Double-collared, Grey and Olive.)

40 species were recorded with one extra seen after most had left (a house sparrow flying back and forth with nesting material).

Of interest was a rather uncommon moth – Dimorphic Tiger moth.

DIMORPHIC TIGER MOTH

DIMORPHIC TIGER MOTH

Sandi du Preez

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