Mare’ De Kock and Kathleen Potton will be the next speakers talking about their love for the nature. They will try to illustrate how they promote their art form using all kinds of plant material in a creative way. They love indigenous and endemic...
by Professor Bruce Hewitson “Among climate scientists, this is not a controversial topic. But among the general public, it IS controversial.” (http://tinyurl.com/ckv9mww) Visual: Indicators of a warming world. Visual from http://www.skepticalscience.com/...
Author: Madre du Plessis12 April 2012The team, including members of the Friends of Tygerberg Hills, Mech-O-Care, the Cannon Association of South Africa and staff from the Tygerberg Nature Reserve, gathers around the cannon, back home on the top of the Tygerberg...
Author: Madre du Plessis20 June 2011The Cape Bird Club presents:A half-day course by Mariana Delport: Gardening for birds and other wildlife.If you are a gardener and a bird enthusiast and are keen to find out what part you can play in the conservation and well-being...
Author: Madre du Plessis27 February 2012 City of Cape Town Media Release – 22 February 2012 A prescribed ecological burn at the City of Cape Town’s Tygerberg Nature Reserve is scheduled during March 2012 to ensure the regeneration of the indigenous vegetation in...
Author: Madre du Plessis 30 November 2011 The Friends of Tygerberg Hills hosted a group of cerebral palsy adults from Ulwazi at the Nature Reserve on Tuesday, 21 November. The Ulwazi project was established in 1997 by Evelyn Koopman and a group of parents who were in...
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