Six mid-Symposium tours are on offer this year. To book, please indicate first, second and third choice on your registration form. The details for the tours can be found below. There is a cost of R100 to join a tour, apart from the Midlands Local Wine and Breweries Tour which will be about R400. Spaces are limited, so be sure to book early!
Two-hour guided and interpreted walk through beautiful grasslands and savannas with stunning waterfalls, led by a qualified and experienced field guide, in the uMgeni Valley Nature Reserve outside Howick. The tour will include discussions on progress and challenges in establishing … Continue reading →
Visit the hidden gem of Impendle Nature Reserve and see the Critically Endangered Blue Swallow plus wildflowers, grasslands and forests. Botanical expert Dr Clinton Carbutt will introduce you to special Midlands wildflowers, and discussions on conservation and monitoring issues relating … Continue reading →
Witness an amazing flight display of African raptors and see adult and juvenile bearded vultures, part of the recently established Bearded Vulture Breeding Programme, at the African Birds of Prey Sanctuary. Detailed discussions on bearded vulture conservation issues will be … Continue reading →
Field visit to the Wattled Crane Isolation Rearing for Release facility at the Bill Barnes Crane and Oribi Nature Reserve at Nottingham Road, hosted by the KZN Crane Foundation and Endangered Wildlife Trust. Delegates will receive interesting talks on the … Continue reading →