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Category Archives: Birdwatching
OK, so there are plenty of subsequent things I could be blogging about (the SiliconCape launch, or the hells of house maintenance, or even the horrifying cost of handymen, plumbers, and mechanics). But at least the birds will be a … Continue reading
Wow – two posts in one week. So this weekend we went to Langebaan, hoping to see the legendary West Coast flowers. They were OK, I guess, but I’m hoping we missed them at their peak, because if that is … Continue reading
For 12 days of the last month, I was in Kwazulu-Natal. Dalene and I had our 3-year wedding anniversary on 12 August, so the day after that, we flew off to Durban at an insanely early hour, and spent two … Continue reading
There are a number of crowned plovers which hang around in groups of 2-5 near our house. While on a walk yesterday, I spotted one where some landscaping is being done. Dalene noticed another one nearby, sitting down. As we … Continue reading
I’ve sometimes been told I do strange things. That happened a lot this week…. On Tuesday, I woke up at 3h20 to meet up with Gordon (one of the students in our department) and some of his family, and we … Continue reading