Eastern Cape

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Throw-net fisher by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
The Sundays River Estuary lies on the outskirts of the town of Colchester and within 3kms from the entrance to the Matyholweni Camp of the Addo Elephant National Park. The impressive Alexandria Dune Fields border the estuary mouth that flows into Algoa Bay. Little, Damara and Caspian Terns patrol the estuary and at low tide large flocks of waders...
flame lilly by wildlife and conservation photographer peter chadwick.
Hluleka Nature Reserve is only 772 hectares, yet it has a  diversity of habitats that includes picturesque coastal sections of secluded rocky bays interspersed with sandy beaches.
Covered with deep valley forest and six kilometers of rugged yet striking coastline, Silaka Nature Reserve teams with butterflies, birdlife and the diminutive Blue Duiker and shy Bushbuck
With a mixture of coastal forest, coastal grasslands, numerous estuaries and a rugged coastline, Dwesa-Cwebe Nature Reserve creates the feeling of being deep within the wilderness.
Mkambati river by wildlife and conservation photographer peter chadwick.
The Mkambati Nature Reserve covers 8000 hectares of coastal grasslands and deep forested gorges.
Kei Mouth and Morgan’s Bay lie within the very aptly named Wild Coast and both are extremely picturesque offering a diversity of habitats within a very small area. The cliffs at Morgan’s Bay are particularly dramatic at sunset while the small forest patches scattered along the coastline offer a wide diversity of plant and bird species. ...
Algoa Bay is home to 45% of the worlds remaining African Penguin population and up to 68% of the worlds Cape Gannets.
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