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Information Centre at Mata-Mata Camp
South Africa

Outside reception at the Mata-Mata Rest Camp in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, one will find a fascinating Information Centre that informs visitors about the birds, animals and vegetation they can see in the park. Entrance is free to both residents and day-visitors to the camp. Among the displays is a description of the different owl species that occur within this park, which is managed by SANParks.

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