Zandvlei Eco Festival - 05 - 11 October 2015.
A working partnership with
the The Zandvlei Trust and City of
Festival started on 5th October at the False Bay Rendezvous,
Wednesday 07 October 2015.
Ian McCallum's talk had over 100 people in the audience at AIMS, Muizenberg.
Thursday 08 October 2015.
Loubie Rusch gave her presentation on "Growing a taste for Veldkos" at the AIMS theatre, Muizenberg.
Friday 09 October 2015.
Hadley John Lyners from the Cape Leopard
Trust came to the Zandvlei Nature Reserve tent today.
A number of stuffed animal and
birds so that the children can see close up what they
... and what is this bird standing on this branch?
Listening to the story about the Western Leopard toads.
The Cape Leopard Trust table.
Hadley John Lyners explaining about Cape Leopards.
The Zandvlei Nature Reserve staff.
Some of the children at the tent for the various educational talks and information sessions.
Zandvlei Trust sponsored the transport costs for some of these children to get here and back home.
Colouring the Leopard Toads.
Musical chairs is always a fun game. The twins on the double seat.
Here we go - and there will be one less chair to sit on when the music stops.
There was a live snake education demonstration for children too, by the Cape Snake Conservation.
"We are not sure about touching it."
Saturday 10 October 2015.
Guided walks were available in
the Zandvlei Nature Reserve on the northern shore of Zandvlei.
Has Zandvlei ever seen such a
powerful boat on its waters before?
The Zandvlei Nature Reserve boat was looking for lost people around the Scout Base.
Off they go again to look in the Yacht Club Basin for the lost people.
Sunday 11 October 2015.
During the week 6 children from
Village Heights attended a workshop to make hats to wear
The Village Heights Community
Centre children have arrived early and are waiting to register
Lucia Rodrigues and Joyce Brandt manning the ZVT information table in Palmer Road.
The "Heron carriers". Neville Williams and his team with their ZVT shirts.
The Canival parade going along
Palmer Road. Neville is carrying the Heron (symbol of ZVT) on