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Zululand
Lush, waist-high green- grassed hillsides dotted with acacia trees and shrubs drape the landscape of the Zululand Rhino Reserve and it is hard to believe that this area was heavily grazed cattle ranches in the not so distant past. 
Kalahari
The arid north of South Africa is often overlooked as a top birding area and in most cases the town of Poffadder and its surroundings are quickly driven through en-route to the better known locations within the Kalahari. However, most of the Bushmanland birding specials may be found in this vicinity.
Zululand
Lying within the heart of Zululand and at the base of Ghost Mountain itself lies the Ghost Mountain Inn.This birder-friendly establishment is the perfect launch-point for a number of photographic activities that includes day trips to the Mkuze Game Reserve, boat cruises on Lake Jozini and cultural tours in the near-by villages. 
Kalahari
The 50km dirt road leading from the town of Poffadder to the unassuming border post of Onseepkans is an unexpected birding hotspot that also passes through a diverse and picturesque landscape. Best known for the opportunity of seeing and photographing Rosy-Faced Lovebird and African Palm Swift, Onseepkans lies on the Orange River and separates South Africa from Namibia. ...
Niewoudville
The arid gravel plains between Brandvlei and Loeriesfontein in the Northern Cape may appear barren of life at first glance but are in fact an excellent destination for a variety of bird species that includes, localized Damara Canaries, Black-Eared Finch-Larks and Starks Lark. 
Kalahari
The Augrabies National Park is bisected by the Orange River, which narrows and is pushed through an 18km gorge creating spectacular scenery.Viewing points are provided along the route of the gorge, with the most spectacular point being near the camp itself, as the river plunges over a number of narrow falls. The park comprises 55 000 hectares on both...
Kalahari
Witsand Nature Reserve is one of those little known gems that hosts incredible opportunities for photography. The reserve was proclaimed in 1994 and is approximately 3500 hectares in size. The 26m high white sand dunes, from which the reserve obtains it name, are surrounded by the red Kalahari sands.
West Coast
The Postberg section of the West Coast National Park is open from August to September each year. The wild flower bloom in this section of the park is spectacular, with a wide variety of species flowering in a multitude of colours.
Zululand
Close to the Big 5 game reserves of Zululand and the shores of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Sand Forest Lodge is the perfect stopover and a highlight on the Zululand Birding Route. 
Zululand
First proclaimed in 1894, Pongola Game Reserve is the oldest game reserve in South Africa. Today it hosts a wide variety of game species including African Elephant, Black and White Rhino, Cape Buffalo, Leopard and many species of antelope, Zebra and Giraffe.  
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