The Epic, Part 2 – St Francis Bay to Underberg

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We left St Francis Bay a day earlier than planned in order to fit in a night at Stutterheim, a small village next to a good indigenous forest – home to the White-starred Robin, a target bird.  A delightful establishment called ‘The Shire’ had a cottage available and we spent a very comfortable night in what could only be described as absolutely enchanting surroundings.  We were on the edge of the forest, with an outside shower for warm weather.  Although small, our cottage was very well equipped and afforded us the opportunity to really spend time in the forest.

From there we went to Gonubie, with the intention of visiting two Nature Reserves, only to find that both were closed over the weekend!  We were very disappointed and could do little birding except along the river, however, it was the weekend of the Rugby World Cup Final, so we enjoyed…

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