Bird talk by renowned expert

2016-05-19 06:00
PHOTOS: Shalean Photography Enjoying the talk George and Charlynne Georgiades.

PHOTOS: Shalean Photography Enjoying the talk George and Charlynne Georgiades.

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RENOWNED ornithologist David Allan­ gave a talk titled “Birds of Prey - New Frontiers in our Knowledge and Identification” on Saturday at Crocworld Conservation Centre.

Allan’s talk carried on the series’ tradition of celebrating the fascinating flora and fauna of southern Africa.

Allan gave guests an insight into two of his most recent field trips.

On the first of these trips, Allan helped several international ornithologists to document the presence of a bird of prey only recently recorded for the first time in southern Africa.

On the second trip, he joined a team investigating the status of a rare bird of prey in Zululand.

- Supplied.


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