Burchell’s Coucal Eco Trail Outing 12 May 2019

BirdLife eThekwini KZN Report by Tyron Dall A perfect sunny mornings’ birding was enjoyed by a group of 13 people. I had arrived 45 minutes before the scheduled start and was greeted with a Western Osprey flying directly overhead. As the other members arrived I told them about the Osprey sighting and they were all envious and wanted to see it too. Well luck was … Continue reading Burchell’s Coucal Eco Trail Outing 12 May 2019

BLPN Outing to Krantzkloof Saturday 5th May 2019

BirdLife eThekwini KZN Report by Terry Walls Weather report was not favourable, as light rain was predicted for the Kloof area. We met in overcast conditions with some experiencing light misty rain on their way to Krantzkloof. We decided to continue as patches of blue sky were visible among the clouds which is normally a good sign that it will not rain. From the start … Continue reading BLPN Outing to Krantzkloof Saturday 5th May 2019

Latest Cape and Bearded Vulture Tracks.

BirdLife eThekwini KZN Dear All Please find attached the movements of our Bearded Vultures; Jeremia, Pharaoh and Mollie and our Cape Vulture N207, for the past week. I have also attached a recent photo from our nest camera. The birds seem to be preparing their nest with fresh sticks and what looks like dinner. Kind regards Sonja Krüger https://www.facebook.com/projectvulturehttps://twitter.com/vultureproject View original post Continue reading Latest Cape and Bearded Vulture Tracks.

Design and Critique #9 – Chinese Elm

Originally posted on Nate's Nursery:
Masculine vs Feminine: This tree is very feminine in many ways. The delicate branching with movement complements the movement in the slender trunks. A rounded canopy is the crowning feminine characteristic that pulls everything together. Design: The trunks all fill their own space that is designated for them. This is an easy thing to venture off from with multi-trunked… Continue reading Design and Critique #9 – Chinese Elm