Photo of the day – flamingo in flight

This picture taken by St Francis Bay photographer Clive Wright while on a recent trip to the West Coast National Park

The key conservation areas of West Coast National Park are Langebaan Lagoon and the offshore islands in Saldanha Bay, which together form the Langebaan Lagoon Ramsar site, a wetland of international importance.

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The Park is situated approximately 100 km northwest of Cape Town on the Cape West Coast.

It was proclaimed a national park in 1985 and is approximately 26 km long and at its broadest 15 km wide.

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