Ashburton’s birds of prey haven

2008-04-23 00:00

Sharon Dell

Which is very much the point of the exercise that takes place at the African Bird of Prey Sanctuary outside Pietermaritzburg at least once a day from Tuesdays through to Sundays. The sanctuary, which sits about four kilometres off the N3 highway between Ashburton and Camperdown, was opened in 2006 by husband-and-wife team Shannon and Ben Hoffman and is currently home to about 190 birds of prey of 55 different species — the widest range of indigenous birds of prey in southern Africa.

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