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Rufous Eared Warbler by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
The old timers used to say that when the swallows begin to flock and swoop low over the ground, then “the rain she is a coming! “Well, it seems that there must be some truth in this saying, as within fifteen minutes of me watching a large flock of Barn Swallows, Greater-Striped Swallows, Black Swifts and White-Rumped Swifts swooping...
Knysna Woodpecker by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
As the first faint rays of light, over a distant horizon heralded the dawn of a new day, the rush hour began with a cacophony of sound and frenetic activity. The night shift of penetrating calls of Fiery-necked Nightjars and their “Good Lord Deliver us” praises and the screeches of the resident Barn Owls gave way to Bokmakerie and...
chestnut_vented_tit_babbler by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
To me Lamberts Bay is the epitome of the west coast where the cold nutrient rich waters of the Atlantic drive the daily life-cycles in this partially arid yet bio-diverse landscape. Take this together with the numerous small interspaced coastal towns, each with its own endless character and you have the makings of a really great birding adventure. ...
Common Ringed Plover by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
Baden-Powel drive is one of the many roads that runs along the spectacular False Bay coastline and links various parts of the Cape Town metropole. The road which runs right next to the sandy beach front and crashing waves will often produce views of Cape Cormorants flying in their characteristic V-shaped skeins as well as endangered African Black Oystercatchers...
African penguin stretching by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
There has always been much debate over whether the meeting point of the cold Atlantic Ocean with the warm Indian Ocean is at Cape Point or at Cape Agulhas. One thing is for certain though; the entire southern tip of Africa is rightfully one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots!
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