Our beautiful piece of Kloof in Moreleta need urgent attention to keep it in prime condition and require urgent support from the people who enjoy the Kloof and thus willing to help with voluntarily work.
Come as a family or bring a friend along to help us to keep the Kloof well maintained.
- Doing erosion control on the walking paths using wood and rocks.
- Cut and poison(eradication) of invasive alien plants to protect our natural bush, plants and water resources.
- Rubbish removal in the bush
Alternative ways of support:
- Provide your garden worker to help and/or
- Sponsor a worker at R125 (half day) or R250 (full day)
- First meeting: 30th June – 08:00 to 10:00 (at the latest)
- Coffee and muffins at 08:00 (for free).
- Planned agenda: Meet and greet, information session, work schedules for 4 July and/or 6 July from 07:00 until 12:00
- We plan to work two days per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays and sometimes on Saturdays, from which you can choose.
- Training and supervising will be provided when and where necessary.
For any questions contact:
Jeannie du Plessis: – 082 927 4673
PG Laurens: – 082 872 7027
Ansie Laurens: – 082 872 6163
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Moreletakloof will
now be held
ON: 7th November 2017, at 18:00
PLACE: La Shades Restaurant, on the Kimiad land next to Wekker Street, Moreletapark
(Between Kimiad and Die Bos).
Previous Minutes available on www.moreletakloof.co.za
Click here to download the Agenda: Agenda FMK AGM 07_11_2017
We would again like to invite everybody to join us for a lovely friendly morning with our Birdlife, Gauteng North Bird ringers for a bird ringing on the 19th August 2017 from 06:00 until 10:30.
Its a day for parents and grandparents to come for a early morning walk with their kids as well as photographers and people that love our special reserve.
Remember to bring something to eat and drink in your back pack, and also the cameras.
Remember that these bird ringing sessions are easily accessible for people with wheel chairs as well as the blind to join us. You can enjoy the beauty of our reserve and the blind persons will get the chance to sit with the ringers and get the feel of what is happening holding the birds.
We start early to put up the nets. Join us before it is too hot!
The event is free, but you are welcome to make a small donation at our container at the gate for Moreletakloof Nature Reserve. We also have SnapScan available.
Voëlring deur BirdlifeSA se Gauteng Noord op die 19 de Augustus 2017 vanaf 06:00 tot 10:30.
Hierdie is altyd n heerlike uitstappie vir oud en jonk.
Kom geniet die vroëe oggend saam met ons in die kloof – Onthou asseblief iets te ete en drinke asook u kameras! Die ringers doen soveel moeite om elkeen persoonlik te wys wat hulle doen, hoe mooi die voëltjies is en vertel ook waarom die ring van voëls so baie belangrik is.
Hierdie is n wonderlike geleentheid vir persone in rolstoele sowel as blindes om saam ons te kom kuier. Die roete is maklik rolstoelvriendelik, en almal geniet die om te voëls van naby te sien en vas te hou.
Selfs die kleinste kinders geniet dit en u kan met stootwaentjies tot in ons voëlskerm met gemak kom. Hulle het n fees by sulke geleenthede.
Sal u asseblief vir ons as Vriende van Moreletakloof n donasie maak as u die uitstappie geniet het (donasie houer by die ingang van die reservaat waar u registreer).
If you visit our reserve regularly please join us and become a Friend of the Moreletakloof.
The cost is R150 annually and gives you benefits of well over R400 with two free visits to our neighboring reserves Groenkloof, Wonderboom and Rietvlei for a family of four (two adults and two kids below 18).
Click here for more information as well as the Friends form:
We had another very successful bring ringing on the 4th of March – old and young enjoyed the day!
Below please find the link to the list of birds caught and ringed on the day – by Hein and his team:
Come and join us on the 26th November for a Geological Walk from 07:00 until around 11:00 with Chris Siebert.
This walk will be both in English and Afrikaans and we would really want you to bring your kids between the age of
8 and 16 years to join us and find out fantastic new information about the rock foundations in our reserve. We would like parents to walk with us and enjoy the morning. Join your kids and prospect for rare rocks!
The cost will be R40 for adults and R20 per child.
Please remember tools, cameras, walking shoes and something to eat and drink.
Please let us know if you would like to join us at info@Moreletakloof.co.za