The Cape Clawless Otter (Aonyx capensis) is one of the most overlooked and charasmatic mammals along the coastline of Western Cape Province of South Africa. They are highly adaptable and can survive in close proximity to humans where they carry out their daily activities usually undetected.
A two week birding trip in July 2017, designed to search for a shortlist of 14 sort after species, resulted in 11 of these being observed and photographed. The birding highlight of the trip was finding the highly localised, Angolan Cave Chat in the remote Zebra Mountains of northern Namibia.
Strandfontein Birding Area has delivered some amazing rarities during the first half of this summer.
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