Two of our memberss, Barbara Swart and Margie Ogston, saw 106 bird species, including 22 lifers, on an eight day visit to Namibia. And it was not even a birding trip. It was between meetings.
Another member, Cherry Mills, was astounded by not only the birds, but also the majesty of Namibia’s scenery. Her conclusion after a separate birding visit that took her up to the Angolan border? “Namibia is a must for birders and well worth every one of the 6 300 kilometres we travelled.”
Read all about their wonderful experiences and much more in the latest Oystercatcher. Find it by clicking on the Oystercatcher link above.