White-breasted Cormorant

The White-breasted Cormorant (Afrikaans name, Witborsduiker) is a common resident to large rivers, lakes, estuaries and coastal waters, this bird usually hangs out with darters, egrets, herons and ibises.

We spotted these guys sunning themselves late one morning from the Seeberg hide in West Coast National Park.

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Strand Roos or Dune Rose

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