cape robin chat baby nest

A Trucking company based in Benoni have stopped the sale of a vehicle after finding birds nesting in the cab.


T.M. Trucking Enterprises discovered that a pair of Cape robin-chats had decided to make their nest in the cab in one of their trucks.

TM Trucking is a well established repairer, seller, servicer and rebuilder of all MAN Truck Models based in Gauteng, South Africa. They have been providing services in the trucking industry for over 20 years.

They immediately put the brakes on the sale of the truck, and then swayed the buyer into taking another cab instead.

“We don’t want to disturb the nest or jeopardise the babies” said Lorna Moore,

“Our entire workforce is watching the progress of the babies and check on them a few times a day”

They took a video of the nest which they posted to Facebook:

Sources: Facebook
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