Yellow-billed Egret

The Yellow-billed Egret (Afrikaans name, Geelbekwitreier) is the second largest Egret. It is a common resident in marshes and flooded grassland. During courtship, their beaks turn an orangey-red.

Spotted on a trip to Strandfontein Sewage Works

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Black-winged Stilt

The Black-winged Stilt (Afrikaans Name, Rooipootelsie) a wader, is a common resident around local estuaries, vleis and marshes. The regional…
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Glossy Ibis

The Glossy Ibis (Afrikaans name, Glansibis) is a common local resident found at lakes, dams and wetlands. They breed colonially, often with…