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TRIPS 2017 & 2018

Update 03 10 2017

We can organize a guided Bird Watching and Photographic Tour  with

Maans Booysen & Birding WETO to any Birding Destination in

Southern Africa on request.

MOZAMBIQUE :

(A) SOUTHERN MOZAMBIQUE INHAMBANE DITRICT ONLY

7-Day Trip Wader Watching, Green Tinker Bird & Olive-headed Weaver

27 June - 03 July 2018 Winter Specials

(B)  SOUTHERN MOZAMBIQUE INHAMBANE DITRICT ONLY INCLUDING A PELAGIC IN THE MOZAMBIQUE CHANNEL

10-Day Trip Birding Tour & Photographic

14 - 23 June 2018 Winter Specials

14 - 23 August 2018 Winter Specials

14 – 23 October 2018 Summer Specials

BOTSWANA PANHANDLE / NAMIBIA

(A) BOTSWANA PANHANDLE / NAMIBIA CAPRIVI / KUNENE

14-Day Trip

Tour on Demand

ZAMBIA New !!

(A)  Eastern Zambia

26-Day Trip

01 - 26 November 2017 Full

Gana New !!

14-Day Trip

04 -18 April 2018

SOUTH AFRICAN ENDEMIC

(A)  AN EXCLUSIVE 12 DAY ENDEMIC BIRDING TOUR TO THE WESTERN & NORTHERN CAPE

01 - 12 October 2018

(B)  AN EXCLUSIVE 14 DAY ENDEMIC BIRDS TOUR TO THE EASTERN SOUTH AFRICA AND A 6 DAY CAPE EXTENSION.

20 February - 11 March 2018

02 - 21 September 2018

 

 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 October 2017 08:19 )  


Newsflash

 

 

Maans Booysen photographed a European Blackcap at Bishop Bird Park in Centurion back in 2008. Here’s a portion of his original email from SA Birdnet and one of the photos he took: On the 27th December 2008 I had seen and photographed a pair of European Blackcaps at Bishop Bird Park in Rooihuiskraal Centurion. I was looking to photograph Common Whitethroat & Garden Warbler, which I managed to do . In this process I managed to take 8 pics. of the European Blackcaps the quality not the best.A week ago I sorted some photographs when I came across them again, and realizing that I was ignorant about what I had seen and photographed and did not pay attention in what I was doing then. These birds where very relaxed and they were in a bird party feeding on berries and insects. I did not expect to see them there, and mistaken for Whitethroat or Garden Warbler.