Fleur-de-lys moraea

Fleur-de-lys moraea (Moraea tripetala), wild Iris (Afrikaans name Blou-uintjie) is a tiny little flower that we found on a visit to the West Coast National Park. This was during the wild flower season when everything is just carpeted in wild flowers of every colour and description. The West Coast National Park opens the Postberg area to visitors every year during September and October.

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Steppe Buzzards And Their Colour Varieties.

Our first outing of 2015 was along a stretch of small back roads on the way to Malmesbury in the Western Cape. At this time of the year we…
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Lesser Swamp Warbler

Warblers are so difficult to identify and I have to admit that I am not all that good at Identifying them, the warblers that I mostly see is…