I went to Die Oog yesterday afternoon. The water level of this sanctuary is still very low. Lower than it was last year this time. Even the rains of the last few days has not made much difference. The birding life also did not show much either. The family of YellowBill Ducks were there as was the Little Grebe pair, there were a couple of … Continue reading Die Oog Visit
Your garden can make a difference. Promoting biodiversity simply means you recognise the circle of life and how everything is interconnected. As a gardener you have a unique opportunity to make a difference to the cause of biodiversity. And a garden full of the buzzing of the bees, the song of the birds and the croaking of the Frogs is much more interesting than one … Continue reading
Saw a Pied Kingfisher sitting on the rocks watching out into the surf. Was informed by some birding fundies that the Pied Kingfisher is the only kingfisher that uses both Fresh and seawater to forage for food. Continue reading Pied Kingfisher
Hi. Here I am going to share odds and ends about my Birding trips around South africa in particular Cape Town my home city and specifically Die Oog in Bergvliedt, my home patch. Regards Wolfgang Rohloff Continue reading First entry on my new Blog.