The Myriads of Birds at False Bay Ecology Park

It was a beautiful day in Cape Town on Sunday.  Earl and I after doing a few necessary chores at home decided to take a trip to visit the birds at False Bay Ecology Park. It’s amazing how it is different every time we go.

The ponds are teeming with birdlife

The ponds are teeming with birdlife

A typical Scene

A typical Scene

The flamingos were dispersed on every pond

The flamingos were dispersed on every pond

Harlaub's Gulls sunned themselves

Harlaub’s Gulls sunned themselves

You have to look closely to find the terns among the gulls - this is a Swift Tern

You have to look carefully to find the terns among the gulls – this is a Swift Tern

Male Maccoa Duck

Male Maccoa Duck

Black Winged Stilt

Black Winged Stilt

A Party of African Black Oyster Catchers

A Party of African Black Oyster Catchers

Moorhen with baby

Moorhen with baby

Cape Teal

Cape Teal

Levaillant's Cisticola

Levaillant’s Cisticola

African Pipit

African Pipit

Avocets

Avocets

Cattle Egret in full breeding colours

Cattle Egret in full breeding colours

Hadeda

Hadeda

Greenshank

Greenshank

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