One of our Yellow Billed Ducks had 8 chicks. This created great excitement in the Village, Unfortunately our semi-resident Heron found them tasty and one by one they disappeared. Fortunately 2 survived and became too large to swallow.
Our Heron with a frog.
Our Egyptian Geese regularly produce offspring that seem to be less appealing to the Heron. Or is it that mother goose is a far more aggressive mother?
Our Plovers seem to be increasing in number.
Bronze Manikins are a regular sight around the dams.
Hammerkops are also a regular sighting.
African Sacred Ibis with a crab.
Green Backed Heron
Look carefully and you will see one of our resident Mongooses. Yes – that is the correct plural for a Mongoose.
Terrapins have been seen sunning themselves – but are not a common sight.
The crabs from the dams regularly go walkabout in the roads.