Birdlife Trogons in Scottburgh this Sunday

2018-08-30 06:01
PHOTO: suppliedThe little bee eater.

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BIRDLIFE Trogons will visit T C Robertson Nature Reserve, Scottburgh this Sunday at 7am.

There is a R20 per car entrance fee. Bring chairs, breakfast and meat for a braai.

All are welcome and there is a R20 per person charge for non-members of Birdlife Trogons.

For further details, and to confirm your attendance, contact Hazel van Rooyen at 072 355 8837. More information is available at www.birdlifetrogons.blogspot.com

Outings may be cancelled due to weather so be sure to check the blog, or with Hazel, on the day.

Directions — from the N2 take the Dududu/Scottburgh exit and turn towards the sea. At T-junction (R102) turn right. The reserve is on the right after crossing the river. Meet at the entrance gate.
— Supplied.

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