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See also the 2011 Gauteng Birding Challenge

Defining the area for the Jo'burg-Pretoria Listers

The area is defined by a radius of 100km from either:
  • The Centre of Pretoria (Church Square)
  • The Centre of Johannesburg (Library Gardens)
This includes all of Gauteng and parts of Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North-west and Free State Province. To help ensure that records on your list, were actually seen within this area, we have listed a number of birding localities and towns in the other provinces which are inside the defined area.

Free State All of northern and western portion of Vaal dam. (Excludes only south-east portion south of Oranjeville)
Free State Sasolburg
Free State Parys
Mpumalanga Southern Portion of Mabusa N.R.
Mpumalanga Mdala N.R.
Mpumalanga Western portion of Mkhombo N.R. (Not near dam wall)
Mpumalanga SS Skosana N.R.
Mpumalanga Verena Area
Mpumalanga Wilge River Valley west of Witbank-Groblersdal Road
Mpumalanga Leandra
Mpumalanga Balfour
Mpumalanga Ogies
Limpopo Zaagkuildrift Road
Limpopo Rust de Winter to Mkombo Road
Limpopo Kgomo-Kgomo floodplain.
Limpopo Rust de Winter Dam N.R.
Limpopo Roets Farm
Limpopo Wolfhuiskraal
North-west Vaalkop Dam and North-west Bird Sanctuary
North-west Borakalalo N.P.
North-west Magaliesberg Mountains (As far west and including Rustenburg Nature Reserve)
North-west Kgaswane (Rustenburg Nature Reserve) excluding the far west of the reserve. (all of the tourist road is included)
North-west Buffelspoort Dam and Marikana
North-west Roodekoppies
North-west Assen
North-west Fochville

Ground Woodpecker - a pretty tricky bird to record within the 100Km listing Zone!

See also:
650 Club (South Africa) | 700 Club (Southern Africa) | Western Cape 300

Web Site Updated 26 October 2011 © Indicator Birding.