Bird Gallery



Dwergarend / Booted Eagle
Is a common summer migrant to the Ceres area. It is often seen soaring over Gydo Pass and adjacent farm lands.
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Vaalkorhaan / Karoo Korhaan
A bird synonym with the Karoo and its lovely call echoes over the plains in the morning.
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Witkruisarend / Verreaux's (Black) Eagle
They are breeding residents in the mountains towards the Witzenberg Valley. They are specialist dassie hunters.
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Southern Pale Chanting Goshawk
The most common raptor in the Karoo.
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Double-banded Courser
They prefer the barren land of the Tanqua Karoo.
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Gevlekte Ooruilkuiken / Spotted Eagle Owl They are common night birds at Skitterykloof and breed in the cliffs.
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Karoo Eremomelas
"Eierkop" on the Calvinia road is famous for its flock of Karoo Eremomelas.
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Kaapse Berglyster / Cape Rock Thrush
A Western Cape endemic which lives at high altitudes.Can be seen on the rocky outcrops in the pass towards the Witzenberg Valley.
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Kaneelborssanger Cinnamonbreasted Warbler
Is one of the most wanted birds in the Western Cape. Skitterykloof has a few pairs which birders might see.
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Karoo Longbilled Lark
They are one of 7 larks species that
can be seen in the Tanqua Karoo.
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Karoolewerik / Karoo Lark
Can be seen in the 'Eierkop' area further along the Calvinia road.
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Kelkiewyn / Namaqua Sandgrouse
They gather in huge flocks at drinking places in the morning.
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Lepelaars / African Spoonbills
A common bird at dams
in the Ceres area.
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Namakwalangstertjie /
Namaqua Warbler
Can be found in the thickets at the picnic site at Karoopoort.
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Namakwasuikerbekkie / Dusky Sunbird They arrive in their hundreds at Skitterykloof when the aloes start flowering.
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Swartkopkanarie / Black-headed Canary Are often found at water
troughs in the Karoo.
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Swartnekdobbertjies /
Black-necked Grebe
Are common on most dams in the area. ©Picture: Japie Claassen
Swartoorlewerik /
Black-eared Sparrowlark
A highly wanted bird which breed during Spring in the Tanqua Karoo.
©Picture: Japie Claassen

Birding Spots

Gydo Pass

Gydo Pass is about 12 km north of Ceres on the road to Citrusdal (R303). The original pass was built by Andrew Geddes Bain in 1848 and links the Warm Bokkeveld with the Koue Bokkeveld. The pass is very rewarding bird wise and has several picnic spots and view points. Look at the wabome (Protea nitida) along the road for the elusive Protea Canary. When the Proteas are flowering Cape Sugarbirds and Orangebreasted Sunbirds are common. Other birds you will find here are Cape Siskin, Whitenecked Raven, Common Buzzard, Yellowbilled Kite and Booted Eagle (summer), Cape Bunting and Common Grassbird.

Road to Witzenberg Valley

The road to the Witzenberg Valley turns off on top of the Gydo Pass. It winds through the rugged mountain pass with lots of excellent birds. Mountain Wheatear, Cape Rock Thrush, Cape Sugarbird and Cape Canary are common along the road. Watch out for Cape Rockjumper on the high rocks on top of the pass and in the streams with fynbos Victorin's Warbler and Cape Grassbird occur. Verreaux's (Black) Eagle and Jackal Buzzard are often seen soaring along the rocks. If you descend into the valley you can look for African Snipe, Yellowbilled Duck and Redbilled Teals where the small streams cross the road. African (Grassveld) Pipit, Pintailed Whydah and African Stonechat are common.

Dams along the Citrusdal Road (R303)

A lot of waterfowl occurs on the dams along the road to Citrusdal (R303). The most common bird is the Redknobbed Coot, which counts in its thousands.
Ducks are also common with Eqyptian Gees, SA Shelduck, Yellowbilled Duck, Redbilled Teal and Spurwinged Geese. Little Egrets occur in good numbers while Greater Flamingoes move into the area when the damlevels are lower in the summer. Watch out for Maccoa and Whitebacked Duck at smaller dams with reeds, Black Storks walk along the permimeter and Lesser Swamp Warbler feeding on the water near the reeds.

Tweelingdam (Twin Dam) on Touws River Road (R46)

About 10 km from Ceres on the road to Touws River (R46) you will cross the Tweeling Dam (Twin Dam), getting its name from stretching its water to both sides of the road. This place is very rewarding, especially in summer when the water level is lower. Birds you can expect here are Great Crested Grebe, African Spoonbill, Blacknecked Grebe, Blackwinged Stilt, lots of ducks and in summer Common Greenshank, Marsh Sandpiper and Ruff. In the vegetation along the water you will find Little Reed-Warbler, Lesser Swamp-Warbler, Southern Red Bishop and Karoo Prinia.


Karoopoort is about 45 km from Ceres (R46 & R355) and just beyond the turn off to Touws River.  Karoopoort is on the old "Highway" to the North and the historical building at Karoopoort once served as a 'hotel'.  The area around Karoopoort has an abundance of birds. A small water trough south of the picnic site attracts Yellow, Whitethroated and Black-headed Canaries, Pied and Palewinged Starlings and Cape Buntings. The picnic site is famous for Namaqua Warbler and Cape Canary, while African Reed-Warbler occurs in summer. Karoopoort also hosts a very long fig lane which attracts many fruit eaters such as Redfaced and Whitebacked Mousebirds, Masked Weavers, Acacia Pied Barbet, Wattled Starlings and Cape Sparrow. There is also a good possibility to spot Southern Greyheaded Sparrow here. On the northern cliffs above the buildings Verreaux's Eagles nest and Jackal Buzzard, Booted Eagle(summer) and Rufous-chested Sparrowhawk are often seen. The large bushes against the mountain are home to Layard's Titbabbler and Greybacked Cisticola. The thorn trees along the drainage lines host Fairy Flycatcher, Chestnutvented Titbabbler and Fiscal Flycatcher. The rocky area at the picnic spot near the Sutherland turn off is a good place to look for the elusive Cinnamon-breasted Warbler, while Mountain Wheatear is very tame here looking for crumbs and scratches. After rains when the plants are flowering Lesser Doublebanded and Malachite Sunbirds are plentiful.

Eierkop Area

About 14km from the Sutherland turn-off at Karoopoort, you will reach a pair of tillite hills on either side of the road. The hill on the right hand side is called Eierkop (Egg hill).  A track leads up to the hill and it is a good spot for Karoo Eremomela. A small party is often seen moving quickly from bush to bush. Other birds in the vicinity or along the road are Karoo Lark, Karoo Chat, Southern Pale Chanting Goshawk, Rufouseared Warbler, Southern Grey Tit and Larklike Bunting. Listen for the call of Namaqua Sandgrouse in the morning while Tractrac Chat's white rump is often seen moving between the bushes. The plains around Eierkop are good for Largebilled Lark, Yellowbellied Eremomela, Karoo Korhaan, Cape Penduline Tit and Doublebanded Courser. In late Winter and Spring Ludwig's Bustard is also common on the plains.


Skitterykloof is a world famous birding place in the Western Cape and is situated at the foot of the Swartruggens Mountains. It is about 35 km north of the Sutherland turn-off, on the R355 towards Calvinia. This picnic spot hosts a big variety of birds, but is most famous for the resident pair of Cinnamonbreasted Warblers. They normally occupy the steep rocky slopes with huge shrubs. The acacia thickets are occupied by Pirit Batis, Fairy Flycatcher, Acacia Pied Barbet and Karoo Scrub-Robin. Along the slopes you will find Southern Grey Tit, Layard's Titbabbler, Palewinged Starling and sometimes Ground Woodpecker. Whitethroated Canary, Cape Robin-Chat, Little Reed Warbler (summer), Cape Spurfowl and Lesser Doublebanded Sunbird are common in the picnic area. Skitterykloof also hosts the southernmost population of Aloe comosa which are flowering during mid November to January.  The beautiful 1,5m flowers reveal an influx of birds to the area with hundreds of Malachite and Dusky Sunbirds, Streakyheaded Canary, Cape Weaver and Cape Bulbul. The small dam near the picnic spots hosts Common Moorhen, Redknobbed Coot, Common Waxbill and often Yellowbilled Duck and SA Shelduck. The nearby resident pair of  Verreaux's (Black) Eagles is often seen drifting on the light breeze, while one can also spot Booted Eagle (summer), Rock Kestrel, Black Harrier and Whitenecked Raven. During the night one will hear Freckled Nightjar and Spotted Eagle Owl, while Cape Eagle Owl may be spotted on a rocky outcrop.

Tanqua Karoo National Park

The Tanqua Karoo National Park was established in 1987 and covers an area of about 90 000 hectares.  It will soon become one of the prime tourist attractions in the Western Cape. It is situated about 152 km north east of Ceres (102 km on R355 and 50km on P2250 road). The park has accommodation available and it currently has a bird list of 125 species. The main target species found here are Burchell's Courser, Ludwig's Bustard, Sparrowlark and Karoo Longbilled Lark. Martial and Black Eagles are breeding residents while Greater and Lesser Honeyguides, Klaas's Cuckoo and Namaqua Warbler are found in the thickets along the Renoster River. The park's vegetation varies from almost desert plants in the west, where the rainfall is only 50 mm per annum, to renosterbosveld on the Roggeveld Mountains, with a rainfall of 400mm per annum. Game are being reintroduced with Springbuck, Gemsbuck, Red Hartebeest and Cape Mountain Zebra. Small game such as Bat-eared Fox, Steenbuck, Grey Duiker and hares occur naturally.


Information compiled by:
Japie Claassen
Karoo Birding Safaris
Cell.083 724 7916

Bird List

TK: Tanqua Karoo, KB: Koue Bokkeveld, WB: Warm Bokkeveld

Rob Nr

Name/ Naam

001 Volstruis/ Ostrich TK
006 Kuifkopdobbertjie/ Great Crested Grebe TK KB WB
007 Swartnekdobbertjie/ Black-necked Grebe TK KB WB
008 Kleindobbertjie/Dabchick (Little Grebe) TK KB WB
055 Witborsduiker/ Whitebreasted Cormorant TK KB WB
058 Rietduiker/ Reed Cormorant TK KB WB
060 Slanghalsvoël/ African Darter TK KB WB
062 Bloureier/ Grey Heron TK KB WB
063 Swartkopreier/ Blackheaded Heron TK KB WB
065 Rooireier/ Purple Heron KB WB
066 Grootwitreier/ Great White Egret KB
067 Kleinwitreier/ Little Egret TK KB WB
068 Geelbekwitreier/ Yellowbilled Egret KB
071 Veereier/ Cattle Egret TK KB WB
076 Gewone Nagreier/ Blackcrowned Night Heron TK KB WB
078 Woudapie/ Little Bittern KB
081 Hamerkop/ Hamerkop TK KB WB
083 Witooievaar/ White Stork TK KB WB
084 Grootswartooievaar/ Black Stork TK KB WB
091 Skoorsteenveer/ African Sacred Ibis TK KB WB
093 Glansibis/ Glossy Ibis TK KB WB
094 Hadeda/ Hadeda Ibis TK KB WB
095 Lepelaar/ African Spoonbill TK KB WB
096 Grootflamink/ Greater Flamingo TK KB WB
099 Nonnetjie-eend/ Whitefaced Duck TK Kb WB
100 Fluiteend/ Fulvous Duck TK WB
101 Witrugeend/ White-backed Duck KB WB
102 Kolgans/ Egyptian Goose TK KB WB
103 Kopereend/ S.A. Shelduck TK KB WB
104 Geelbekeend/ Yellowbilled Duck TK KB WB
105 Swarteend/ African Black Duck KB WB
106 Teeleendjie/ Cape Teal TK KB WB
108 Rooibekeendjie/ Redbilled Teal TK KB WB
112 Kaapse Slopeend/ Cape Shoveller TK KB WB
113 Bruineend/ Southern Porchard TK KB WB
116 Wilde Makou/ Spurwinged Goose TK KB WB
117 Bloubekeend/ Maccoa Duck TK KB WB
118 Sekretarisvoël/ Secretarybird TK KB WB
126 Geelbekwou/ Yellowbilled Kite TK KB WB
127 Blouvalkie/ Blackshouldered Kite TK KB WB
131 Witkruisarend/ Vereaux's (Black) Eagle TK KB WB
136 Dwergarend/ Booted Eagle TK KB WB
140 Breëkoparend/ Martial Eagle TK KB
143 Swartborsslangarend/ Blackchested Snake Eagle TK
147 Witaasvoël/ Palmnut Vulture WB
148 Visarend/ African Fish Eagle TK KB WB
149 Bruinjakkalsvoël/ Common (Steppe) Buzzard TK KB WB
152 Rooiborsjakkalsvoël/ Jackal Buzzard TK KB WB
155 Rooiborssperwer/ Rufouschested Sparrowhawk TK KB WB
158 Swartsperwer/ Black Sparrowhawk KB WB
160 Afrikaanse Sperwer/ African Goshawk WB
162 Bleeksingvalk/Sth Pale Chanting Goshawk TK KB WB
164 Europese Vleivalk/ Western Marsh Harrier KB
165 Afrikaanse Vleivalk/ African Marsh Harrier TK KB WB
168 Witkruisvleivalk/ Black Harrier TK KB WB
169 Kaalwangvalk/ Afr Hawk-Harrier (Gymnogene) TK KB WB
172 Edelvalk/ Lanner Falcon TK KB WB
181 Kransvalk/ Rock Kestrel TK KB WB
182 Grootrooivalk/ Greater Kestrel TK
183 Kleinrooivalkie/ Lesser Kestrel TK KB WB
190 Bergpatrys/ Greywinged Francolin TK KB WB
195 Kaapse Fisant/ Cape Spurfowl (Francolin) TK KB WB
200 Afrikaanse Kwartel/ Common Quail TK KB WB
203 Gewone Tarentaal/ Helmeted Guineafowl TK KB WB
213 Swartriethaan/ Black Crake KB WB
226 Grootwaterhoender/ Common Moorhen TK KB WB
228 Bleshoender/ Redknobbed Coot TK KB WB
232 Ludwigse Pou/ Ludwig's Bustard TK
235 Vaalkorhaan/ Karoo Korhaan TK
239 Suidelike Swartkorhaan/ Southern Black Korhaan KB WB
242 Goudsnip/ Greater Painted Snipe KB WB
248 Geelborsstrandkiewiet/ Kittlitz's Plover TK KB WB
249 Driebanstrandkiewiet/ Threebanded Plover TK KB WB
252 Asiatiese Strandkiewiet/ Caspian Plover TK
255 Kroonkiewiet/ Crowned Lapwing (Plover) TK KB WB
258 Bontkiewiet/ Blacksmith Lapwing (Plover) TK KB WB
264 Gewone ruiter/ Common Sandpiper TK KB WB
269 Moerasruiter/ Marsh Sandpiper TK KB WB
270 Groenpootruiter/ Common Greenshank TK KB WB
274 Kleinstrandloper/ Little Stint TK KB WB
284 Kemphaan/ Ruff/Reeve TK KB WB
286 Afrikaanse Snip/ African (Ethiopian) Snipe TK KB WB
294 Bontelsie/ Pied Avocet TK KB WB
295 Rooipootelsie/ Blackwinged Stilt TK KB WB
297 Gewone Dikkop/ Spotted Thick-knee (Dikkop) TK KB WB
299 Bloukopdrawwertjie/ Burchell's Courser TK
300 Dubbelbanddrawwertjie/ Doublebanded Courser TK
315 Gryskopmeeu/ Greyheaded Gull WB
338 Witbaarsterretjie/ Whiskered Tern WB
339 Witvlerksterretjie/ Whitewinged Tern TK KB WB
344 Kelkiewyn/ Namaqua Sandgrouse TK
348 Tuinduif/ Rock Dove WB
349 Kransduif/ Speckled Pigeon WB
350 Geelbekbosduif/ Afr Olive (Rameron) Pigeon KB WB
352 Grootringduif/ Red-eyed Dove TK KB WB
354 Tortelduif/ Cape Turtle-Dove TK KB WB
355 Rooiborsduifie/ Laughing Dove TK KB WB
356 Namakwaduifie/ Namaqua Dove TK KB WB
385 Meitjie/ Klaas's Cuckoo TK KB WB
386 Diederikkie/ Diederik Cuckoo TK KB WB
392 Nonnetjie-uil/ Barn Owl TK KB WB
400 Kaapse Ooruil/ Cape Eagle Owl TK KB
401 Gevlekte Ooruil/ Spotted Eagle Owl TK KB WB
406 Rooiwangnaguil/ Rufouscheeked Nightjar TK KB WB
408 Donkernaguil/ Freckled Nightjar KB WB
411 Europese windswael/ Common (Eurasian) Swift TK KB WB
412 Swartwindswael/ African Black Swift TK KB WB
415 Witkruiswindswael/ Whiterumped Swift TK KB WB
417 Kleinwindswael/ Little Swift TK KB WB
418 Witpenswindswael/ Alpine Swift TK KB WB
424 Gevlekte muisvoël/ Speckled Mousebird WB
425 Witkruismuisvoël/ Whitebacked Mousebird TK KB WB
426 Rooiwangmuisvoël/ Redfaced Mousebird TK KB WB
428 Bontvisvanger/ Pied Kingfisher TK KB WB
429 Reuse Visvanger/ Giant Kingfisher KB WB
431 Kuifkopvisvanger/ Malachite Kingfisher TK KB WB
438 Europese Byvreter/ European Bee-eater TK KB WB
451 Hoephoep/ African Hoopoe TK KB WB
465 Bonthoutkapper/ Acacia Pied Barbet TK WB
474 Grootheuningwyser/ Greater Honeyguide TK WB
476 Kleinheuningwyser/ Lesser Honeyguide TK
480 Grondspeg/ Ground Woodpecker TK WB
486 Kardinaalspeg/ Cardinal Woodpecker TK WB
495 Kaapse Klappertjie/ Cape Clapper Lark KB WB
500 Karoolangbeklewerik/ Karoo Longbilled Lark TK
502 Karoolewerik/ Karoo Lark TK KB WB
506 Vlaktelewerik/ Spikeheeled Lark TK WB
507 Rooikoplewerik/ Redcapped Lark TK KB WB
512 Dikbeklewerik/ Large-(Thick)billed Lark TK WB
516 Grysruglewerik/ Greybacked Sparrowlark TK KB WB
517 Swartoorlewerik/ Blackeared Sparrowlark TK
518 Europese Swael/ Barn Swallow TK KB WB
520 Witkeelswael/ Whitethroated Swallow TK KB WB
523 Pêrelborsswael/ Pearlbreasted Swallow TK KB WB
526 Grootstreepswael/ Greater Striped Swallow TK KB WB
528 Familieswael/ S A Cliff Swallow TK
529 Kransswael/ Rock Martin TK KB WB
530 Huisswael/ Common House Martin TK KB WB
532 Europese Oewerswael/ Sand Martin TK
533 Afrikaanse Oewerswael/ Brown-throated Martin TK KB WB
547 Swartkraai/ Cape (Black) Crow TK KB WB
548 Witborskraai/ Pied Crow TK KB WB
550 Withalskraai/Whitenecked Raven TK KB WB
551 Pietjoutjougrysmees/ Southern Grey Tit TK KB WB
557 Kaapse Kapokvoël/ Cape Penduline Tit TK
566 Kaapse Tiptol/ Cape Bulbul TK KB WB
567 Rooioogtiptol/ Redeyed Bulbul TK
577 Bruinlyster/ Karoo Thrush TK KB WB
581 Kaapse Kliplyster/ Cape Rock Thrush KB WB
582 Langtoonkliplyster/ Sentinel Rock Thrush KB
586 Bergwagter/ Mountain Wheatear (Chat) TK KB WB
587 Hoëveldskaapwagter/ Capped Wheatear TK KB WB
589 Gewone Spekvreter/Familiar Chat TK KB WB
590 Woestynspekvreter/ Tractrac Chat TK
591 Vlaktespekvreter/ Sicklewinged Chat TK KB
592 Karoospekvreter/ Karoo Chat TK WB
595 Swartpiek/ Anteating Chat TK
596 Gewone Bontrokkie/ African Stonechat TK KB WB
601 Gewone Janfrederik/ Cape Robin-Chat TK KB WB
614 Slangverklikker/Karoo Scrub-Robin TK KB WB
621 Bosveldtjeriktik/ Chestnutvented Titbabbler TK KB WB
622 Grystjeriktik/ Layard's Titbabbler TK KB WB
631 Kleinrietsanger/ African Reed-Warbler TK KB WB
635 Kaapse Rietsanger/ Lesser Swamp-Warbler TK KB WB
638 Kaapse Vleisanger/ Little Rush-Warbler KB WB
641 Rooiborsruigtesanger/ Victorin's Warbler KB
643 Hofsanger/ Willow Warbler TK KB WB
645 Bandkeelkleinjantjie/ Barthroated Apalis WB
651 Bosveldstompstertjie/ Longbilled Crombec TK KB WB
653 Geelpensbossanger/ Yellowbellied Eremomela TK KB WB
654 Groenbossanger/ Karoo Eremomela TK
660 Kaneelborssanger/Cinnamonbreasted Warbler TK
661 Grasvoël/ Common Grassbird KB WB
664 Landeryklopkloppie/ Fantailed Cisticola TK KB WB
669 Grysrugtinktinkie/ Greybacked Cisticola TK KB WB
677 Vleitinktinkie/ Levaillant's Cisticola TK KB WB
681 Neddikkie/ Neddicky KB WB
686 Karoolangstertjie/ Karoo Prinia TK KB WB
687 Namakwalangstertjie/ Namaqua Prinia TK WB
688 Rooioorlangstertjie/ Rufouseared Warbler TK KB
689 Europese Vlieëvanger/ Spotted Flycatcher TK KB WB
690 Donkervlieëvanger/ African Dusky Flycatcher KB WB
697 Grootvlieëvanger/ Chat Flycatcher TK
698 Fiskaalvlieëvanger/ Fiscal Flycatcher TK WB
700 Kaapse bosbontrokkie/ Cape Batis WB
703 Pririt bosbontbokkie/ Pririt Batis TK KB
706 Feëvlieëvanger/ Fairy Flycatcher TK KB WB
710 Paradysvlieëvanger/ Paradise Flycatcher KB WB
713 Gewone Kwikkie/ Cape Wagtail TK KB WB
716 Gewone Koester/ Grassveld Pipit TK KB WB
717 Nicholsonse Koester/ Longbilled Pipit TK KB WB
718 Donkerkoester/ Plainbacked Pipit TK KB
721 Klipkoester/ African Rock Pipit TK
727 Oranjekeelkalkoentjie/ Orangethroated Longclaw KB WB
732 Fiskaallaksman/ Fiscal Shrike TK KB WB
736 Suidelike waterfiskaal/ Southern Boubou WB
746 Bokmakierie/ Bokmakierie TK KB WB
757 Europese Spreeu/ European Starling TK KB WB
759 Witgatspreeu/ Pied Starling TK KB WB
760 Lelspreeu/ Wattled Starling TK KB WB
769 Rooivlerkspreeu/ Redwinged Starling TK KB WB
770 Bleekvlerkspreeu/ Palewinged Starling TK KB
773 Kaapse Suikervoël/ Cape Sugarbird KB WB
775 Jangroentjie/ Malachite Sunbird TK KB WB
777 Oranjeborssuikerbekkie/ Orangebreasted Sunbird KB WB
783 Kleinrooiborssuikerbekkie/ Lesser Doublecollared Sunbird  TK KB WB
785 Grootrooiborssuikerbekkie/ Greater Doublebanded Sunbird WB
788 Namakwasuikerbekkie/ Dusky Sunbird TK WB
796 Kaapse Glasogie/ Cape White-eye TK KB WB
801 Huismossie/ House Sparrow TK KB WB
803 Gewone Mossie/ Cape Sparrow TK KB WB
804 Gryskopmossie/ Greyheaded Sparrow TK
813 Kaapse Wewer/ Cape Weaver TK KB WB
814 Swartkeelgeelvink/ Masked Weaver TK KB WB
824 Rooivink/ Southern Red Bishop TK KB WB
827 Kaapse Flap/ Yellowrumped Widow KB WB
846 Rooibeksysie/ Common Waxbill TK KB WB
852 Gewone Kwartelvinkie/ Quail Finch TK
860 Koningrooibekkie/ Pintailed Whydah TK KB WB
872 Kaapse Kanarie/ Cape Canary TK KB WB
874 Kaapse Pietjiekanarie/ Cape Siskin KB WB
876 Swartkopkanarie/ Blackheaded Canary TK KB WB
878 Geelkanarie/ Yellow Canary TK KB WB
879 Witkeelkanarie/ Whitethroated Canary TK KB WB
880 Witvlerkkanarie/ Protea Canary KB WB
881 Streepkopkanarie/ Streakyheaded Canary TK KB WB
885 Rooivlerkstreepkanarie/ Cape Bunting TK KB WB
886 Klipstreepkoppie/ Cinnamon-breasted Bunting TK
887 Vaalstreepkoppie/ Larklike Bunting TK KB WB