She is raising money for the WWT Spoon-billed Sandpiper captive breeding programme via Wader Quest by being sponsored to photograph all 40 wader species that occur in the greater Gauteng area in 2014.
Sue, seen here sporting a rather fetching Wader Quest T shirt, has hit the ground running in her attempt with her first outing which produced four species.
The first was African Wattled Lapwing which she spotted along the grass verge of the main road in Randburg.
|African Wattled Lapwing Vanellus senegallus|
|Blasmith Lapwing Vanellus armatus|
|Crowned Lapwing Vanellus coronatus|
|Spotted Thick-knee Burhinus capensis|
Gauteng Challenge species total 4.
Money pledged so far: 20 Rand per species = 80ZAR