Report by Jane Morris
8th to 10th February 2019
Korongo nestles in the rolling Ixopo hills and is the ideal spot for a bit of relaxation. Our group of 9 consisted of Jackie and Roland Suhr, Cheryl and John Bevan, Virginia Cameron, Heather Mills, Este Shearer and Mike and me.
This 39-hectare farm has two small dams, a grassland area and an area of indigenous bush. To access these areas, one can amble wherever one wishes as there are no formal trails. This makes birding a little difficult if there are members of the group who have difficulty with walking.
The best position for birding was on the wall between the two dams which overlook a lovely area of tangled brush and where we saw most of our species. Some fruiting Grewia in front of the camping stands and the fruit trees in the garden were also productive.
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