Blog - Page 16

Making Power Lines Safe For Birds Of Prey - An Initiative in South Africa.

Posted on Thu August 10, 2017.

After the heartbreak of the electrocution of one of our resident Jackal Buzzards, Allen worked with The Endangered Wildlife Trust and Eskom ( Electricity Supply Commission) who have a working group that investigates such happenings and wherever possible take remedial steps to prevent further fatalities/injuries.

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Food for Honeybees - From Our Conservancy

Posted by Allen on Wed August 2, 2017.

Some years ago we decided that since Amohela ho Spitskop is not only a Country Retreat but also a Sanctuary and a Conservancy we should help our wild Honeybees with a feeding project, especially during the cold winter months.

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Dawn & The Quelea Awake - From Our Conservancy

Posted on Fri July 21, 2017.

Filled with the expectation of a new day these little birds chatter excitedly, urgently marshalling themselves into groups, each containing hundreds of birds.

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About Princesses and the Milky Way and Falling Stars.

Posted on Tue June 27, 2017.

“Massonia Jasminiflora is quite distinctive, with umbels of purest white or pink flowers, each one 1.2-2.8cm long, with green, blue, deep purple or almost black anthers. As the name suggests, the flowers are highly perfumed, suggestive of Jasmine”

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What To Do In The Eastern Free State - Star Gazing & Moon Beam Riding

Posted on Wed June 14, 2017.

The warm days of summer are here, blue skies scattered with huge popcorn clouds, and at night a wonderland of star studded beauty, the milky way a swath of stars across the sky.

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