We last walked on Perdeberg in February last year. It was beautiful, so we decided to go again, this time in Spring. It was still good but very different. There were many flowers as can be seen from the pictures below. The Gladiolus debilis was in flower and there were wonderful Adenandras along the path.
Eighteen walkers set out, but we split up as some did not want to go the whole way. We even managed to lose Piet and Martha along the way, but luckily they were found and all was well. The weather was good and the breeze in our faces on the return was welcome.
I was pleased to see a number of birds, including Black Harrier, Jackal Buzzard, Common Buzzard, Orange-breasted Sunbird, Yellow Bishop, Cape Grassbird, Grey-backed Cisticola, Rock Kestrel and Blue Crane, but I could not find the Hottentot Buttonquail, which was my aim.