Flamingos at False Bay - in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park Cape Town, South Africa

Flamingos at False Bay - in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park Cape Town, South Africa

Baby Penquin at Boulder Penguin Colony in Cape Town, South Africa

African Penguin at Boulders Beach Penguin Colony in Simon's Town/Cape Town, South Africa

10 Best Cities for Bird Watching - Of course, Cape Town is in there!

10 Best Cities for Bird Watching. Any guesses? Photo by Melanie Votaw.

Kogel Bay (Koeelbaai) on the Clarence Drive drive is one of Cape Towns scenic wonders. Skirting the base of the Hottentot's-Holland mountains, it traverses the north eastern corner of the False Bay coastline.  This stretch of coastline is also a good vantage point for whale spotting as the Southern Right whales make their appearance every year around September/October. Several fynbos endemic bird species can also be spotted here. #ClarenceDrive #GordonsBay #CapeTown

Kogel Bay (Koeelbaai) on the Clarence Drive drive is one of Cape Towns scenic wonders. Skirting the base of the Hottentot's-Holland mountains, it traverses the north eastern corner of the False Bay coastline. This stretch of coastline is also a good vantage point for whale spotting as the Southern Right whales make their appearance every year around September/October. Several fynbos endemic bird species can also be spotted here. #ClarenceDrive #GordonsBay #CapeTown

Drone views of Cape Town. Absolutely magnificent. Must see!

GREAT white sharks snap at bait in incredible aerial scenes taken by a drone. The remarkable footage is a rare bird’s eye view of the predators as they feed off the side of a boat.

Grey herons are found throughout Europe and Asia, as well as parts of Africa. In the Netherlands, the Grey Heron has established itself over the past decades in great numbers in urban environments. Photographed here in Cape Town (South Africa). (Allan Holland)

Grey herons are found throughout Europe and Asia, as well as parts of Africa. In the Netherlands, the Grey Heron has established itself over the past decades in great numbers in urban environments. Photographed here in Cape Town (South Africa).


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