It is important to note that you have to get permission at the on site office to bird the sewage. You will also have to sign a Indemnity form. There are 7 small pans and the sewage is also next to the Rietvlei lagoon. In Summer there are always birds on the pans. In Winter the pans are a bit quiet. We did however manage to see a respectable 42 species in about 2 hours. A very nice venue to visit and something special could always pop up here.
The best sighting for for the morning, was two Hottentot Teals , giving close up views and photograph opportunity.
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African Spoonbill, Black-headed Heron, Blacksmith Lapwing,
Brown-throated Martin, Cape Bulbul, Cape Canary, Cape Shoveler,
Cape Spurfowl, Cape Teal, Cape Wagtail, Cape Weaver, Cape White-eye, Common Fiscal, Common Moorhen, Common Starling, Common Waxbill,
Egyptian Goose, Great White Pelican, Grey Heron, Hadeda Ibis,
Hartlaub's Gull, Helmeted Guineafowl, Hottentot Teal,
House Sparrow, Laughing Dove, Lesser Swamp Warbler,
Levaillant's Cisticola, Little Grebe, Little Rush Warbler,
Malachite Kingfisher, Pied Crow, Pin-tailed Whydah, Red-eyed Dove, Red-knobbed Coot, Reed Cormorant Rock Dove Speckled Pigeon White-breasted Cormorant Yellow-billed Duck