Durban Botanic Gardens

Wednesday 21 August 2019 Lovely weather greeted 9 birders and we spent some time watching the bird life at the little pond before entering the gardens. There were active Tawny-flanked Prinias , a Black-bellied Starling and some Yellow-fronted Canaries in the shrubs and a Malachite Kingfisher dived off it’s perch into the water right in…

Latest Cape and Bearded Vulture Tracks

Dear All  Please find attached (click here) the movements of our Bearded Vultures; Jeremia, Pharaoh and Mollie and our Cape Vulture N207, for the past week. Good news from our nest camera this week- Although the chick is not yet visible, it appears that it has hatched ! Kind regards Sonja Krüger https://www.facebook.com/projectvulturehttps://twitter.com/vultureproject www.http://vultureproject.org.za

Durban Botanic Gardens

Report by Terry Walls Saturday 6th July 2019 Once again we could not have asked for better weather for a birding outing. We met in the car park at 7:30 am where a number of the more common birds were there to greet us: Hadeda Ibis, Common, Glossy and Red-winged Starlings, Dark-capped Bulbul, House Sparrow,…