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La luz que hay en África Austral es un tesoro que, afortunadamente, no se gasta ni se roba. En un post previo sobre Zimbabwe me referí a ella. Cuanto más…

Colourfully painted houses characterise this area of the city. Although it is a magnet for travellers, one must remind oneself(or be reminded by a grumpy local)…

Some of the most beautiful rock formations between Cape Point and Green Point - all along the Peninsula.

The citizens of Cape Town (me included!) are very privileged to have an area like Park Island, which is part of the Greater Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve, at…

There are two types of flamingo in existence:The ballerina-like Greater Flamingo, and the pinker Lesser Flamingo. The most common by far that can be seen here…

General. The Arum Lily falls within the fynbos biome. It has various English common names including Lily of the Nile, Calla Lily and Easter Lily. In Afrikaans…

The Cape Weaver Bird: Is a stocky 17 cm long bird with streaked olive-brown upperparts and a long pointed conical bill. The breeding male has a yellow head and…

The southern fiscal or fiscal shrike ( Lanius collaris ) is a member of the shrike family found through most of Sub-Saharan Africa . It is also sometimes named…

The yellow-billed duck is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds ( AEWA ) applies. The southern…
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