Come join Bruce and Kathy Deuel as they revisit their fall 2014 trip to South Africa with Rockjumper Tours. We’ll visit Johannesburg and vicinity, the famous Kruger National Park, the southeast coast, and the highlands, including the Drakensburg Mountains and Sani Pass, where we spend a little time in the independent nation of Lesotho. Then it’s off to the west in Cape Province for a look at entirely different country. Bruce will show you many of the 430 birds and almost 50 mammals (including all of the Big Five) and reptiles they saw, and some great scenery. Bruce began birding in high school and has been at it now for 57 years. Since 1973 the Sacramento Valley has been his home. He and Kathy have birded all over the United States and on every continent. He has served on the boards of directors of Western Field Ornithologists and the Central Valley Bird Club. He was a regional editor for the publication North American Birds and is still the sub-regional editor for 6 Sacramento Valley counties. He also acts as eBird reviewer for the same 6 counties, now with help in Butte County from Michael Rogner. He has a B.S. (Wildlife Mgmt) from Humboldt State and an M.S. (Wildlife Biology) from the University of Arizona. He worked almost 40 years as a biologist and environmental scientist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the California Department of Fish and Game (now Wildlife).