A Little Ringed Plover at Vermont Pan

roncorylus

Having spent over an hour searching for the Little Ringed Plover at Vermont Pan yesterday without any success, we were thrilled this morning to find this very rare little bird.  It has attracted huge attention, being the only specimen ever seen in South Africa (it is believed to be the same bird as that was recently seen in Port Elizabeth) and there were birders from near and far in constant attention.

Besides the Plover, it was good to see the many pairs of Grey Herons breeding on rocky islands within the pan

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