Ons wil julle graag uitnooi na n baie interessante praatjie oor die sampioene van die Moreletakloof Natuur Reservaat op 12 April vanaf 17:30 - 19:30. Liz Popich en haar familie het n baie groot belangstelling in sampioene, en deel hul kennis en fotos van die mooiste sampioene en fungi. Bring asseblief u eie stoel of … Continue reading Join us for a talk on mushrooms
If you have visited the Moreletakloof Nature Reserve recently, you would have noticed our lovely new bird hide. In the article below, BirdLife South Africa shares some interesting facts about bird hides, as well as a comprehensive manual on how to build a universally accessible bird hide. The Moreletakloof Nature Reserve's hide is one of … Continue reading Bird Hide
We receive a lot of queries about how accessible the Moreletakloof Nature Reserve is for people living with disabilities, so we asked a few of our regular visitors, Chris Patton from SANParks and Mathys Roets, to give us their personal experiences: Chris Patton: I am a T6 paraplegic in my 40s and reliant on a … Continue reading How friendly is our routes for people living with disabilities?
Contribution by a friend that visited the Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve, and spent some time with a local, Jeannie: "The ground is my friend. For someone who spends so much of his time in the air, the feeling of a secure surface comforts me as a mother's hug soothes a child. Since becoming an adult … Continue reading Crawling – A blog post by Simon Tickle
Moreletakloof Nature Reserve, Helios Street, Moreletapark, Pretoria would like to invite the elderly, persons in wheelchairs as well as the blind, to come out to our very special reserve for Casual Day, on the 6th of September, from 09:00 till 13:00, to see what we can offer you. We will have a map available at … Continue reading Casual Day 2013
These pictures were sent in by a visitor, Petro Fourie. Thanks!
Moreletakloof is a small private nature reserve to the southeast of Pretoria, South Africa. The reserve claims some wonderful birds with Red-chested Flufftail and Ovambo Sparrowhawk on their list. The guard on the gate let me in at 06.00 while it was still dark. It was cold too. I had 3 layers, gloves and a hat … Continue reading A birdwatcher from Maidstone in the UK writes about the Moreleta Kloof