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Kalahari
The Nossob Riverbed in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park bisects the Botswana and South African portions of the park, lying between Twee-Rivieren and Unions End. It is a haven for predators that follow the wandering herds of game through this harsh environment.
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Kalahari
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is considered one of the most pristine conservation areas in the world and is a firm favorite with wildlife photographers as a result of the incredible diversity of life and the crisp clear light conditions. On the South African side of the park, visitors have the option of travelling up either the Auob or Nossob...
Harold Porter National Botanical Garden | © Arne Purves
Overberg
The Harold Porter National Botanical Garden located between mountain and sea, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, an hour east of Cape Town, South Africa.
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Mozambique
The vast network of the Rio Savane floodplain lies on the northern outskirts of the Mozambique coastal city of Beira. These wetlands and short grasslands are home to a wide diversity of birdlife, making the area one of Mozambique’s birding hotspots.
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Mozambique
Mphingwe Camp is the perfect base-camp from which to venture out and explore exciting Mozambique birding hotspots in the lowland forests of Catapu and along the Zambezi River near Caia. The comfortable camp is located in the Sofala Province of Central Mozambique. Birding in and around the camp itself also provides opportunity for viewing several highly sought after species....
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Mozambique
Located in the heart of a 27 000 hectare forestry concession of lowland forest and open  woodland within Central Mozambique, Catapu is perhaps one of the most popular birding destinations in Mozambique.
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Mozambique
Gorongosa Mountain, situated in Sofala Province of Central Mozambique is by far the best place to locate and view some of the regions most sought after birds, and is the only place known in Mozambique to view the Green-Headed Oriole.
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Mozambique
Gorongosa National Park located in the Sofala province of Central Mozambique has to be one of the greatest national parks to be found within Mozambique. It lies at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley and covers over 4000 square kms.
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Mozambique
The small town of Unguane, located in the Inhambane province of central Mozambique is the area where a small population of the highly localized Green Tinkerbird was rediscovered in coastal thicket early 2013.
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Mozambique
The miombo woodlands and wetlands of Panda are situated within central Mozambique. Excellent birding may be had within this area with several highly sought after species being found here.
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