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12 Nov Posted by in News and Events | Comments

Zandvlei Estuary Walk and Talk – 24th November

Good Evening All …   Some exciting news ……………. The Zandvlei Trust will be organising a range of guided walks, talks and activities over the coming year, to get the ball rolling we would like to invite you to a talk and walk at Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve by new Reserve Manager – Kyran Wright. […]


20 Oct Posted by in News and Events | 1 comment

Birdathon Feedback – BLOWN Away!

So the group of FOZR volunteers arrived at the Zeekoeivlei site at 06.40 to find a bewildered group of organisers trying to work out what the next steps would be for this event today – THE WIND WAS HOWLING!   Decisions were quickly made and communication to all the volunteers started taking place very rapidly […]


11 Oct Posted by in News and Events | Comments

Exciting Birdathon on 20th October needs Your Help

Please see details of the exciting event below and diarize ………       BUT ……   We Need Your Help! The Cape Town Environmental Education Trust (CTEET) , in partnership with Birdlife South Africa, the City of Cape Town, and the Cape Bird Club will be hosting the annual False Bay Nature Reserve Birdathon […]


08 Oct Posted by in News and Events | Comments

Yippee! FOZR Cleanup Day Saturday 13th October 2018

Greetings all,   This Saturday you are all invited to join us once again in cleaning our beautiful environment… This will be the two incoming rivers (Lotus) and the immediate banks of all the terrible plastic that makes its way down the river ….  Join us in this ongoing fight against pollution that negatively affects […]


25 Sep Posted by in News and Events | 2 comments

Kids Sponsored Camp – October 4th and 5th

Greetings All, We trust that you had an amazing long weekend and lets start the short week with some good news …. Part of the mandate of the  Zeekoevlei Peninsula SRA (Special Rating Area) otherwise known as the Peninsula Security scheme, is supporting the environment in creative and effective ways.  This year they have undertaken […]


19 Sep Posted by in News and Events | Comments

University of The Western Cape – Faunal Survey- Let’s Assist

Greetings All,   A very interesting event that will benefit our environment…… Please diarise.   Dear WESSA Members, Affiliated Friends Groups and their Members, The University of the Western Cape is in the planning phase for the Faunal Survey which is happening on Friday 19 October from 5 pm – 11 pm (briefing starts at 5h30 pm, […]


17 Aug Posted by in News and Events | Comments

Madagascar Talk – Worth the Wait

So the weather ‘gods  and the bad drivers tried to negatively affect the presentation last night BUT nothing stopped the delivery. I saw just over 32 people brave the cold / wet weather to be enthralled at the facts that were shared by Dalton in his normal interesting and down to earth style. The fact […]


14 Aug Posted by in News and Events | 1 comment

Barn Dance SAT 18th August – Yahoo!

It’s time again to dust off your boots and get down with Caroline Blundell and the Friends !   We are looking forward to welcoming you to our Barn Dance ! CTEET Building is going to witness everyone having an amazing time again… Doors open at 18h30 – and we will get busy on the […]


13 Aug Posted by in News and Events | Comments

Madagascar Talk – Take 2 this Thursday

Good day All, Due to the power failure, the Madagascar Talk in July couldn’t take place but there were still loads of mingling and laughter under the moonlite skies.  The evening was still a great success as Dalton gave an impromptu talk about the fish relocation project from Zandvlei to Zeekoevlei, with torches placed in […]


06 Aug Posted by in News and Events | 3 comments

Urban Conservation Feedback – WESSA and FOZR on 4th August

What an amazing turnout and vibe on Saturday, 4th August and it started at 07.00 already….. As the FOZR committee members arrived they were met with an amazing winters morning and started carrying in all the goodies needed to make the day work for all. The saying “many hands makes light work” proved to be […]