Click here to read the latest newsletter from the Durban Green Corridor. In it there is an interesting article on the Tokoloshe.
Month: October 2015
Clairwood Racecourse Conservation Concerns
BLPN has been involved in the public participation process for the proposed development of Clairwood Racecourse into a logistics park. As an Interested & Affected Party (I&AP) we commented on the Environmental Impact Assessment Report. The developer (Capital Property Fund) started with demolition at the beginning of April 2015 although Environmental Authorisation (EA) was only…
Trip report – KwaXimba Conservancy
Trip report – KwaXimba Conservancy, Umgeni Valley (Sunday 11 October 2015) The October Sunday outing was a new venue for BLPN birders, and one I was looking forward to sharing with many of the clubs birders. Unfortunately it was not until road signs went up in mid-September advertising the route of the Amashova cycle race…
Dolphin Coast Newsletter
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Raptor Rescue Newsletter
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Report by Paul Bartho 23 to 27 September 2015 Mhlopeni Nature Reserve is located between Greytown and Muden in KZN. Mhlopeni (Place of white stones) is located in a rain shadow area of the Tugela river basin. Part of the dry valley bush veld, considered to be the most degraded veld type in KZN. It…
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Tanglewood Farm Nature Reserve
Report by: Elena Russell Saturday 3 October 2015 Last year it took us 3 attempts to bird Tanglewood Farm Nature Rerserve before we had decent weather. This year we had a perfect sunny day, the hillside had been burnt with wild flowers everywhere. We had an excellent turnout – must have been over 30 people:…
Saturday 26 September 2015 Paul Bartho Four of us decided to visit Weenen Game Reserve on Saturday 26 September. It was very dry but there was water at their hides. Although we drove around most of the reserve we spent the most of our time enjoying the central hide. A pair of Cape Wagtails have…