Cape Adventure Part 4 – final.

BirdLife Port Natal

Report by Sally and Paul Bartho

Continuing from Part 3

From Wilderness we headed for Plettenberg Bay and the Keurbooms LagoonCampsite. The place was very busy especially the waterfront sites. However we were in luck and found an almost private site with a view over the lagoon. The cost R240 per night – no pensioner discount despite being mid-week.

Initially they only had one ablution open but opened up another for the weekend. They were passable.

The Rare Birds Report noted that the Sooty Falcon was still present. So we went to look for it on our first morning there. We found it but the sky was too grey for photography. However the next day we were able to get quite close and managed a couple of shots enabling positive ID for ourselves.

Part of our time there was spent enjoying the scenery with a visit to Roburg. Needless…

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