We had a lovely walk and talk on trees with Izak van der Merwe and Theunis Morgenthal on the 25th of March 2017.
They shared the list of trees found in the reserve with us.
Click here to view the list of trees: Tree List Moreleta Park 20170325
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
September Walks and Talks:
Dragonflies and Damselflies talk and slide show presented by Lappies Labuschagne.
When? 8th of September from 17:30 for 18:00 at the
Where? Chapel at Rademeyers inside the Moreletakloof Nature Reserve.
Cost: R40/adults and kids free.
This is a most interesting talk, do not miss it! Please rsvp at email@example.com
A night with the stars
When? 14th of September 2016 from 17.30 for 18:00 -21:00.
Where? We will be meeting at the Information Hut.
Cost: The cost for the evening will be R80.00.
About the evening: See the stars through your own eyes, binoculars and telescopes. We will serve some good wine as well as assortment of breads and spreads.
Learn how the night sky works while you enjoy light refreshments and a glass of wine. A model of the solar system will be used to explain why you see the planets in the positions they are in now. The Moon, Mars, Saturn and Venus will be visible.
Presenters will be Frik le Roux and Neville Young, author of the successful books Astronomy Within Reach and Sterrekunde Binne Bereik, both written for the layman. See www.starwaders.com for further detail. Books will be available on the evening priced at only R100.
Please rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org
With all the rains that we have been getting in the area, the reserve is full of a lot of a variety of mushrooms.
Keep an eye on out on our Facebook once we confirm the date!
Moreletakloof Nature Reserve 2016
Ons wil baie graag ouers en kinders uitnooi om saam met ons in die Kloof te kom stap. Trek almal ou/of gemaklike skoene en klere aan, en kom geniet die natuur saam. Wat n lekker groen manier om jul vakansie af te sluit.
5 Januarie vanaf 6.30, neem ons n lekker uitstappie op die Duiker roete verby die skerm, en tot by die dam. Onthou eet en drink goed en kameras/en hoed. Ons stap net rustig vir so 3 uur en gesels. Daars soveel nuwe jong bokkies, wat huppel van plesier.
6 Januarie vanaf 6.30, vandag stap ons in en langs die spruit. Dis die mooiste deel van die reservaat en daar is soveel dinge om te sien en te doen. Ons sal verkies as ouers saam met jong kinders stap, en deel wees van die pret. Ou skoene en klere, en n paar sterk vuilgoedsakke, as moontlik en drink en eetgoed asb, in n rugsak. Dit sal ongeveer 2-3 uur duur. Ontmoet in die parkeer terrein.
8th January, from 06.30 till 10:00. We will do some cutting down of the invader plants like Bug weed. Bring your own clippers or saws and we will supply a safe poison, which can be applied by adults.
We would like to invite you to come and enjoy our first Walks and Talks for 2016 presented here.
Our very first event will be a tree walk with Izak van der Merwe and Owen Brett on the 6th February from 09:00 and we will meet in the parking area. We did this walk in November and we can promise you that it will be excellent because this tree people know so many very interesting stories about every tree … even back in history. We do ask for a R40.00 donation, for the reserve. You are welcome to join them afterwards at Rademeyers. Remember your hat, camera, walking shoes and something to eat and drink.
On the 20th February we will once again have Prof Adam Bumby walking and talking to us about the rocks that we find in this reserve. It is the same age as the rocks at the Cradle of Humankind and this walk will last for at least four hours. Young children also always enjoy this walk. Remember hats, water and something to eat. It is a very popular walk so do not miss out. Once again remember the R40.00 for the upkeep of the reserve. The walk will start at 6.30.
Spider walk with Astri Leroy on the 10th April from 8.30. Young children are welcome to join us because it is presented in a way that will be enjoyed by everybody. Remember your cameras and water and snacks. They do ask a fee of R50/adult and R10/under 11.
We will post more events for the year as we confirm dates!
Please remember that the membership to become a Friend of Moreletakloof have been lowered to R150/family of two adults and two children under 18 (you will also receive free entrance, for two visits for the family to Rietvlei, Groenkloof and Wonderboompoort etc).
You will receive a Newsletter about everything happening in this special reserve and important issues to be handled like our aging palisade. We would also like to thank Nature Conservation for looking after our reserves.