Common Dotted Border Butterfly

The Common Dotted Border butterfly (Mylothris agathina), (Afrikaans name Gewone Voëlentwitjie) is only common along the coastal areas and readily attracted to flowers. Their larvae will drop off the leaves if disturbed and their pupae resemble bird droppings.

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Little Stint

The Little Stint (Afrikaans name, Kleinstrandloper) a wader, is a summer Palearctic visitor to our shores. Believed to be about 100 000 birds…
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South African Shelduck

The South African Shelduck (Afrikaans name, Kopereend) is a colourful duck, they are a common resident, endemic to the area. The Male has a…