Monthly Archives: March 2018

Klipspringers in Fernkloof

The group of members were sitting at Belle’s bench for tea during this morning’s Botanical Society walk, when a Klipspringer was spotted standing on a rock, on Kanonkop, profiled against the blue sky. I managed to take 3 shots of … Continue reading

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Grasses – A talk by Jim Sweet

For many years the HBS has presented talks for our members and friends on the third Friday of every month in the Fernkloof Hall. As a botanical society we like to take these opportunities to persuade people that “Plants matter”.  … Continue reading

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Disa uniflora

Originally posted on roncorylus:
A quick foray into Vogelgat Reserve this afternoon to see the Red Disa was everything we wanted.  Never before have I been able to photograph 10 blooms in close proximity to each other.  It really was…

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