Water birds visit Toti lagoon

2016-04-06 06:00
Photos: angus pyke Amanzimtoti lagoon boasts an influx of water birds.

Photos: angus pyke Amanzimtoti lagoon boasts an influx of water birds.

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THE Amanzimtoti area is currently enjoying an exceptional number of water birds and this is a sight not to be missed.

Amanzimtoti lagoon has seen flocks of up to 15 pelican surrounded by cormorants, gulls, egrets and many other species.
Amanzimtoti Bird Park has turned into a roosting site for a rare visitor - the open billed stork - and up to 20 can be seen in the early mornings and late evenings.

Two more good sites are the Little Amanzimtoti River at Warner Beach and the Illovo River Mouth.
- Angus Pyke.

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