Meet at 08h30 at the Reserve gates in Govan Mbeki Road.
Meet at 08h00. These regular monthly outings are for all Rondevlei enthusiasts and beginners are especially welcome. Duration 2 1⁄2 hours, but you can stay as long as you like. Bring a warm anorak even if it is a hot day as it can get cold in the hides. Entrance is free. Entrance is free, but remember to bring your ID, driver’s licence, or passport in order to obtain an entry permit at the gate.
Meet at 08h30. We will meet near the ticket office. There is a small entry fee (and a discount for pensioners). We will spend time in the various hides and walk the winding paths to see the variety of bush birds and water birds. Optionally, depending on the weather and time, we may also include a trip on a canal boat. Bring along your tea and a snack. Directions: From the N1 take Exit 10 onto Century City Drive which runs parallel with the N1. Follow the road, take the sharp left turn to the robot. At this robot turn … Continued
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.
PBS will be open 09h00-11h00. No access after 11h00. cbc count paarl 04 john fincham sept 2016 large