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Cape Sugarbird wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Western Cape Birding
The southern tip of Africa has a lot to offer, from spectacular scenary, top birding, colorful flowers and the mystique of being at the tip of the African continent.
Cape Wagtail | West Coast National Park | ©Arne Purves
Western Cape Birding
Sitting in the cool darkness of the Seeberg Hide on the Langebaan Lagoon in the West Coast National Park, I let my senses absorb all that was happening around me, with my hearing being the most acute.
Western Cape Birding
Thin wisps of pink and golden dawn touched cloud contrasted against the black silhouettes of the rugged Swartberg Mountain as I drove out of Oudtshoorn on a day of adventure birding. The trip would lead me through several habitats and two rugged mountain passes. Mist rose from reed-embanked streams as Black-Headed and Grey Heron roosted in gum trees, which...
Western Cape Birding
As yet another heavily laden18-wheeler rushed past me, buffeting my vehicle in its slipstream, I finally found the road-sign to the Ebb & Flow Restcamp and turned off the N2, away from life in the fast lane and onto a brick paved road, immediately dropping into the valley. Almost miraculously the rush of “normal” life disappeared to be replaced...
Western Cape Birding
The southern Cape gains its fame as a well-known tourist destination, through the Garden Route and Cango Caves at Oudtshoorn. Within this strip of coastline and mountainous interior there are a wide variety of habitats, ranging from the lush coastal plains and fynbos covered mountains through to the succulent Karoo. The area is also richly endowed with rivers, which...
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