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Click on the images to view at full size. Just a two-hour drive north of Cape Town, there is a kingdom of flowers and birds. The West Coast National Park abuts the Eastern Atlantic and sits barely an ostriches-stride south of the coastal town of Langabaan. Our second base, on the very southern edge of the town, had a small, high-walled, garden, that nevertheless attracted plenty of interesting birds, including Acacia Pied Barbet and Red-faced Mousebird, partly because it was the last house before an undeveloped, fynbos covered, promontory viewpoint overlooking Shark Bay. Red-faced Mousebird family group, Langabaan Dec 2022 © Jeff Clarke Acacia Pied Barbet Langabaan Dec 2022 © Jeff Clarke A walk on the pro...
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