Outing to De Mond

Hermanus Bird Club

The weather forecast kept changing, but this morning everything suggested that we would be able to get in a good few hours of birding before the rain set in.  We were wrong!  On arrival everything looked good, so we walked along the lagoon edge towards the flocks of waders that could be sen in the distance, only to have a strong wind come up and then along came the rain!  We hurried back to shelter and had our coffee and snacks (Lester stayed out, which explains why he gets more birds than the rest of us!) and compiled our bird list.  It wasn’t bad, given the circumstances and we achieved a total of 76 species!  Our drive back across the Agulhas plains was unproductive, but certainly contributed to dirtying our cars more than might have been wished for!

Bar-throated Apalis;  Southern Red Bishop;  Yellow Bishop;  Bokmakerie;  Southern Boubou;  Cape Bulbul; …

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