Discussions on various conservation topics


Aliens are taking over

The Stink Bean competes with indigenous plants for nutrients, sunlight and water which are very crucial for plant growth, nourishment and development. This golden hairy alien shrub  is causing a lot of problems particularly when it comes to reserving the natural healthy state of our local environment. The evergreen shrub originated from Australia and landed…

Keurboom Tree and Moth

What does the Keurboom Moth Tree and Church have in common

The Keurboom tree is known as a pioneer species, critical to the regeneration of the indigenous Forest that this area is known for. When land is damaged, fynbos quickly covers the bare earth. Soon little Keurboom seedlings sprout, and eventually dominate an area. Through the protection that the Keurbooms offers, the more fragile forest seedlings…

Interactive question and answer session

Come see our Wildcats and help us to help your school

”Come see our wild cats and help us to help your school” , is a campaign that was launched on the 13th of July 2019 at Plettenberg Primary School with the core objective of trying to instill empathy towards wildlife in children through discounting conservation based tours. Our mantra is ,” take care of the…