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Sunbirds to korhaans - there is a wide variety of birds on the farmSunbirds to korhaans - there is a wide variety of birds on the farm

 Bird watching

There are various water sources on the farmland with the accompanying bird life. There are more than fifty different bird species to be seen. They vary from large predators, water birds, wild fowl, and Ibis to the smallest LBJ’s. The farm, with its variety of self-catering accommodations, lends itself to group visits by Bird-watching clubs. The area below the waterfall is a haven for birds - and bird-watchers!

Bird watching in the Karoo in South Africa is a delightful experience that offers a chance to witness a variety of unique bird species in their natural habitat. The Karoo is home to a diverse range of birdlife, including several endemic species, such as the Karoo Korhaan, Namaqua Sandgrouse, and Ludwig's Bustard.

The region also attracts migratory birds, such as the European Bee-eater and Amur Falcon. As you explore the Karoo's vast landscapes, you'll encounter various bird habitats, such as wetlands, grasslands, and mountainous regions, providing a diverse range of bird-watching opportunities. The Karoo is also home to several birding hotspots, such as Karoo National Park and the Tankwa Karoo National Park, which offer excellent birding opportunities throughout the year.

Bird watching in the Karoo is a unique and rewarding experience that provides an opportunity to connect with nature and witness the region's rich biodiversity.

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