KwaZulu Natal

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Bordering the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Bonamanzi Private Game Reserve is one of the Zululand Birding Routes best locations that boasts an impressive species list of around 350 bird species, that includes Pink-Throated Twinspot, African Broadbill, Rudd’s Apalis and Southern Banded Snake-Eagle.
Ongoye Forest Reserve is a large remnant patch of coastal forest covering approximately 3900ha and is the only known location of the Green Barbet, making it one of the Zululand Birding Routes must see locations.  
The then Pietermaritzburg Botanical Garden was opened in 1874 with the aim of growing plants for distribution in the colony of Natal, collecting indigenous plants for exchange and collecting rare and beautiful plants. Today the National Botanical Institute is the present custodian of the Gardens and aim to conserve living plants that are representative of the East Coast Region...
Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve lies in the heart of the KwaZulu Natal midlands and is best known for being the home of WESSA and the spectacular gorge with the Howick Falls. It comprises of a rolling plateau of grasslands and mixed with woodlands that fall into a steep sided gorge through which the umgeni river cuts. ...
Cobham Nature Reserve is located in the southern Maloti-Drakensberg Transfrontier Park that encompasses afro-montane and grassland habitats. The Maloti-Drakensberg is known for its rugged and spectacular mountain scenery and is a haven for hikers.
The Western Shores of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park form part of the Zululand Birding Route and team with birdlife, insects and butterflies, as well as being home to African Elephant and other game species.
iSimangaliso Wetland Park is deservably a World Heritage Site and the Eastern Shores extend from St Lucia through to Misson Rocks, Lake Bhangazi and Cape Vidal.
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