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UUp to 80 000 birds can be found in the Nylsvley Nature Reserve at any one time, making it a prime birding attraction. The 4000-hectare reserve has around 370 bird species, including rare ones like the dwarf bittern and rufous-bellied heron, as well as many others you won’t find anywhere else. So for the avid bird-watching delegates, the Nylsvley Nature Reserve is the ideal place to relax with your binoculars handy. But it’s not just the birds that visitors can look forward to. Expect to see a glut of ducks, herons and egrets that feed on the 300 to 600 tonnes of fish that the floodplain produces, straight fin barb being the most abundant species.

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