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Nylsvlei Nature Reserve is best known as the largest floodplain in South Africa and is a RAMSAR wetland.
This far northern reach of the Kruger National Park is certainly the wildest and most remote and apart from boasting an incredibly diverse and prolific birdlife, over three-quarters of the Kruger’s wildlife and vegetative biodiversity also occurs in the Punda Maria region of the Park. ...
Pafuri Hot
Pafuri is without doubt one of the countries premier birding destinations.
Magoebaskloof, which lies close to the town of Tzaneen, has high altitudinal ranges from around 1600m’s down to about 850meters above sea-level. This provides for a large diversity of habitats that includes the Woodbush Forest, highland protea veld and grasslands.
The Soutpansberg mountains host a tremendous variety of birds and still have well-developed tracts of indigenous forests, including afro-montane mistbelt forest which is home to some of South Africa’s most special birds including the Black-Fronted Bush-Shrike, Blue-Spotted Wood-Dove and Orange Ground Thrush.
Golwe campsite is situated in the foothills of the old Venda homeland, in the far northern Limpopo Province and is where South Africa’s only patch of Brachystegia Woodland occurs. It is probably the best place in the country to view African Broadbill with Chris, the local bird guide having plotted each territory of these birds within his area. Birding...
The Polokwane Game Reserve with its close proximity to Johannesburg conserves the Pietersburg Plateau false grassland. This is home to a number of important endemic birds including the Short-Clawed Lark and Ashy Tit.
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