Cape White-Eye

The Cape White-eye (Afrikaans name, Kaapse Glasogie) is a lively little bird, usually seen in a small flock. They are really beautiful and cute.

The feed on Aphids, small insects, nectar and fruit. We have them in our garden and have seen them at Intaka Island and the West Coast National Park.

Previous Project

Red-Veined Dropwing Dragonfly

The Red-veined Dropwing Dragonfly (Trithemis arteriosa) (Afrikaans name Rooinerfie), is one of the most common dragonflies with a very wide…
Next Project

Malachite Sunbird

The Malachite Sunbird (Afrikaans name, Jangroentjie) is a large, long billed, stunning Sunbird. We have seen them in our garden and at Intaka…