These Endangered birds successfully breed every year in a nest close to the Zimbali Lodge at Zimbali Estate, and offer guests an incredible, up-close-and-personal view into their habits and breeding cycles.
A mini-documentary featuring two of Zimbali’s bigger antelope, the Bushbuck and Impala, that co-habit harmoniously with each other and the people of Zimbali Estate.
Two of the 200-plus bird species at Zimbali – the Fish Eagles and Goliath Herons – call the natural water lakes at Zimbali home, and are able to successfully breed on this residential estate.
Vervet monkeys breed prolifically, and are a fascinating yet challenging part of the natural ecosystem of Zimbali Estate, as they try to bypass their natural food sources and get into the houses on the estate in a quest to find food.
The African Rock Python at Zimbali are an important part of the ecosystem, helping to keep the numbers of buck and other wildlife species down. Playing their part too, the Banded Mongoose help maintain the natural order of things, through their feeding and breeding habits.