Tag Archives: Le Domaine

Little Little Grebes

A Report by Paul Bartho Over the past month a pair of Little Grebes have been nesting at Le Domaine, Hillcrest. After numerous attempts in trying to establish a nest they eventually found their perfect spot – a floating nest loosely … Continue reading

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Sunbirds for ID

Please help with ID of these two sets of Sunbirds. Both sent to me by a resident of Le Domaine here in Hillcrest, Durban. Click on the picture and add your comments below the enlarged Photo. The First set: The … Continue reading

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Wood Duck – female

One of the residents at le Domaine – Di Wayne, took the following photo of a mystery duck seen on the property. The photo was taken 7 years ago and I thought it might still be of interest to our … Continue reading

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A Pair of Birds for ID

A Pair for ID. Seen in Le Domaine – 2 separate individuals.

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Mystery Raptor

Mystery Raptor Seen in Le Domaine, Hillcrest.  Some suggest it is an African Cuckoo-Hawk juvenile others Rufous-chested Sparrowhawk – but what is it?

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Mystery Bird

Mystery Bird – seen in Le Domaine, Hillcrest.

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ID Please

Seen in Le Domaine, Hillcrest among a flock of Village Weavers.  

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Birds and beasts of Le Domaine – Hillcrest

The following picture gallery is of wildlife found in the Le Domaine estate, Hillcrest, Durban. The photographs are mainly of birds we have been lucky enough to capture. There are also a few of wildlife seen on the estate. I … Continue reading

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Half-collared is back

Just to let you know that after being with us at Le Domaine for 4 months last year, the Half-collared Kingfisher is back. It was seen several times over the weekend. We are hoping this will be an annual ritual … Continue reading

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