Northern Gauteng (Tshwane)

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The Northern Gauteng birding area consists of 6,368 square kilometres and stretch from Centurion in the south to Hammanskraal in the north and Bronkhorstspruit in the east. The area is representative of two Biomes: Savanna towards the north and grassland to the south. The vegetation varies from a dense, short bushveld to a rather open tree savanna. The advantage of the geographic is that the area offers more than 400 birds species. Birding is good year round: during the drier winter months the area host bushveld species from the north, while the summer brings the arrival of migrants.

The following birding sites can be visited in Northern Gauteng. 

Birder Friendly Establishments in this area:
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