Tanglewood Nature Reserve is a forest and grassland habitat reserve nestled beneath the towering cliffs of Kloof and sandwiched between the industrial areas of Westmead. A declared Natural Heritage and a haven humans and animals, a walk here never fails to yield something special.
The morning started off very misty which allowed for excellent birding the varied habitat with its pristine forest. Lemon Dove was seen here which created much excitement.
The open grassland produced a Fan-tailed Grassbird.
The outing was a success, 70 bird species were recorded, the morning was enjoyed by the group that attended.
This walk was hosted by Angela Walker, with Dave Rimmer taking the lead as the birding expert.
Short Report put together by Jane Morris and Jenny Norman with photos added by Nicolette Forbes from other areas in the absence of a walk leader report.