Bird Photography Lesson at Intaka Island:
Intaka means ‘bird’ in Xhosa and offers the perfect location to sharpen your skills as a bird photographer. Intaka Island boasts 120 different bird species that can be photographed in a safe, easy-to-reach area due to the diversity of Intaka Island’s 7 different habitats. The terrestrial habitat of fynbos, shrubs and grasses attracts birds like the Cape Francolin, Weavers and Cape Sparrows. The shrub areas provide safe foraging areas for Cape White-Eyes, Robin Chats and Spotted Prinias while the open water is suitable for the Cape Shoveller, Yellow Billed Duck, Red Knobbed Coot and Moorhen. Reed Beds provide food and nesting for the Little Bittern, Purple Swamphen, Masked Weaver, Red Bishop and Levaillant’s Cisticola.
Intaka Island offers photographers, birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts a unique opportunity to view birds up close in their natural habitat in the middle of Century City, only 12km from Cape Town.
Single person: R2 500.00
2 or more: R1 500.00 per person