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Knysna Bird Watching

Find Bird Watching resources in Knysna as well as great articles on Bird Watching and the Birds of South Africa - for all birding enthusiasts in Knysna.

Knysna Bird Watching Local Information
Birding, Knysna, Garden Route Birding, Knysna, Garden Route

Knysna Birding Spots - Knysna is situated on the shores of one of South Africa's largest estuaries and is close to natural forests

Birding, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route Birding, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

This includes birding the estuary of the Keurbooms River, tidal lagoon, the Bitou River, floodplain and Robberg Nature Reserve.

Birding, Wilderness National Park RAMSAR site, Garden Route Birding, Wilderness National Park RAMSAR site, Garden Route

Ebb & Flow Camp Site, Wilderness National Park boasts up to 85 different species of Birds, Afromontane Forest and Wetland River.

Birding, Swartberg Pass, R62, Oudtshoorn Birding, Swartberg Pass, R62, Oudtshoorn

Declared a world heritage site in 2004, Swartberg Nature Reserve stretches 121 000 hectares between the Klein and Groot Karoo.

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A festival of birds in the Kruger National Park A festival of birds in the Kruger National Park

On a recent day trip to the Kruger National Park I was introduced to the private Mananga Trail – a discrete off-road route that...

Birding Hotspot: Gondwana Game Reserve Birding Hotspot: Gondwana Game Reserve

Superb specials await in the Southern Cape, at the world’s only Big Five fynbos reserve. It was a welcome break for my wife and...

Blonde bombshell Blonde bombshell

We were doing a game count near Xaranna Lodge in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, when we caught sight of this pale bird, which we...

Garden gems Garden gems

As birds go, sunbirds must be among gardeners' favourites. Why? Well, apart from being seriously attractive, they go for gaudy...

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