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The thick vegetation surrounding the ponds provides refuge for Village Weaver and Yellow Weaver, as well as a of warblers, with Dark-capped Yellow Warbler being a conspicuous winter visitor. These two "public" areas are linked by climax coastal forest, and extensive reed beds in the river floodplain, but access is restricted, as it is private land. Some species have been recorded here. A visit in summer should give at least 70 species, with 40 species american candy store napa a winter visit.

From here, Kelp Gull, White-fronted Plover and a variety of terns can usually be seen on the sand bar, while Goliath Heron is often seen at the end of the lagoon.

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The thick vegetation surrounding the ponds chxt refuge for Village Weaver and Yellow Weaver, as well as a of warblers, with Dark-capped Yellow Warbler being a conspicuous winter visitor. The birdlist comprises of some species, with 60 species possible on a single visit in summer, while a winter visit should produce 40 species.

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Red-faced Cisticola are usually to be heard calling loudly from the rank weeds, and Malachite Kingfisher perches low down on the plants overhanging the water. A visit in summer should give at least 70 species, with 40 species during a winter visit. A hedge of hibiscus attracts many sunbirds when in flower and Olive Sunbird, Grey Sunbird and Purple-banded Sunbird are among the more interesting ones recorded here. Continue under the highway until Lagoon Drive.

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Edit Directions From the M4 north, take the Portland Drive exit, turn right at the T-junction and then immediately right again. The path then climbs steeply up the primary dune to meet the first path, and one can return to the car park via this way. The path forms a loop, from which Green Malkoha may be seen in the tangled canopy.