Cape Spurfowl

Cape Spurfowl

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Cape Spurfowl

Did you know Cape Spurfowl are one of 260 bird species found at De Hoop?

The Cape francolin is a bird of scrubby open areas, preferably close to running water. It breeds in spring and early summer, when it is also most vocal. The call is a loud cackalac-cackalac-cackalac. It is a common resident of the Western Cape's strandveld, renosterveld and fynbos regions, especially at lower altitudes, being replaced at high altitudes by the grey-winged francolin. - Wikipedia 

Find out more about birdwatching at De Hoop, and download our species list here.

Cape Spurfowl

De Hoop Collection

De Hoop Collection just outside Bredasdorp provides exclusive accommodation in De Hoop Nature Reserve. From remote luxury self-catering houses overlooking the 16km long Ramsar-listed vlei to upmarket catered suites just a short stroll from The Fig Tree Restaurant, De Hoop Collection has it all. Whet...

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