Meet at 08h30 at the Reserve gates in Govan Mbeki Road.
The Cape Bird Club members have been helping the City of Cape Town by clearing invasive alien vegetation since 1974, when Alan Morris started this activity in the Wildwood Bird Sanctuary, now the Zandvlei Nature Reserve. Come and help our core group, clear seedlings, saplings and cut down trees too. Small school groups or individuals who need to do their social responsibility projects are welcome too. See this link for more of what we do.
photograph by Lynette de Beer. Visitors to please bring binoculars with them to be able to see the smaller birds. The walks are free of charge, but the entrance fee for Kirstenbosch is payable. Please wear suitable clothing for the weather. Your Leader today is Otto Schmidt. We meet at the Information desk at Gate 1. Organiser is Linda Hibbin.
The gates open at 07h00. Meet at 07h15 at the Geelbek Homestead car park. Remember your Wild Card so that you do not have to pay the entrance fee. Catching the tides at the right time is crucial for optimum viewing of waders at the Langebaan Lagoon. We will start by doing some bush birding on the way to Seeberg hide before returning to Geelbek by 13h00. Abrahamskraal or Tsaarsbank can be done after lunch. We suggest you share transport and allow for a full day’s outing. Bring chairs and refreshments.
PBS will be open 09h00-11h00. No access after 11h00. cbc count paarl 04 john fincham sept 2016 large