It’s Oystercatcher time

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.

One comment on “It’s Oystercatcher time

  1. Morning, Just to let you know Peter Southworth is unable to attend the Mike Ford course on Thursday and Friday. Regards Elrita

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