Upcoming bioblitzes – Romansrivier and Rondevlei
We have exciting trips lined up for the next couple of weekends. This Sunday we will be exploring the farm Romansrivier, which is a well-known biodiversity hotspot and one of the most important conservation areas in the Upper Breede Valley. We will be meeting at the Bergsig Wine Cellar where will give the introductory presentation and have something to drink and snack on before we hit the field.
When: Sunday 21 October
Where: Romansrivier farm
Kirstenbosch Research Centre (for Cape Town based people) @ 6:45am. Leaving 7am sharp
Bergsig wine cellars @ 9am
The next one will be at False Bay Nature Reserve: Rondevlei Section (Rondevlei Nature Reserve). This reserve is one of the biodiversity gems in the City of Cape Town. The reserve is home to a wealth of flora and fauna and this is the chance for all the birders out there to get really excited. Rondevlei will definitely have some wonderful surprises for us.
When: Saturday 27th October 2012
Where: Meet at Rondevlei Nature Reserve
If you would like to meet us at Kirstenbosch for a lift then contact me directly.
For directions Rondevlei has a really good interactive map on their site. http://www.rondevlei.co.za/frames.htm
Please see advert for more details.
Hope to see you at the Bioblitzes
CREW CFR program manager
Kirstenbosch Research Centre
Private Bag X7, Claremont, 7735