Friends of Rietvlei
Member of the Wildlife & Environment Society of South Africa Western Cape Region
Friends of BCA
Blaauwberg Conservation Area
Welcome to the Friends of Rietvlei Website
The Friends of Rietvlei provides assistance and support for the management of the Table Bay Nature Reserve, Cape Town. We are also involved in environmental issues in the Blaauwberg Area as most such issues have a direct or indirect effect on Rietvlei and the Diep River Estuary.
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EVENING TALK: CLIMATE CHANGE
Dr Peter Johnston, a climate scientist at the University of Cape Town, will be coming to talk to us about Climate Change. His latest work is focused on the climate risks and decision-making time frames associated with agriculture.
THURSDAY 20 AUGUST 2015 AT RIETVLEI EDUCATION CENTRE
Click here for more information
More additions to Picture Gallery Fish Eagle
Frieda & Jan Prinsloo has sent us some more fantastic photographs of a fish eagle they took at Rietvlei on 23 April 2015.
Have a look at these pictures on the Frieda & Jan Prinsloo Galleries. You can also view great photographs that they have sent us over the years
Click here to go to Picture Gallery main page
2015 - 2016 Tariffs for Table Bay Nature Reserve
The City of Cape Town has announced the tariffs applicable to the Table Bay Nature Reserve
for the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016
Click here to go to the Tariffs page
Second 2015 Quarterly Report for Table Bay Nature Reserve
The Quarterly Report for the period April - June 2015 is now available.
Click here to open
By-Laws controlling activities on Rietvlei
By-Laws controlling the use of the Rietvlei water area and activities in public spaces are available.
Click here
WATER QUALITY REPORT
The Annual Water Quality Report for Rietvlei and the Diep River is now available.
Click here to open the report
iSpot
You can make a real difference by helping to record and identify plants and animals. Many species are under threat and the more information we have about them, the better we are able to prevent their total extinction.
You can assist by participating in iSpot.
Friends of Rietvlei has registered with iSpot and we urge members to use this facility to record sightings of interesting animals and plants, as well as learn about wildlife and to assist others in identifications.
Click here to find out how you can participate and to learn more about iSpot
CONTACT NUMBERS FOR TABLE BAY NATURE RESERVE
Office: 021 444 0315
Emergencies and standby number - 071 268 9637
Email: tablebay.naturereserve@capetown.gov.za
Tariffs for Table Bay Nature Reserve - click here
Friends of Rietvlei thanks Print-Tag in The Paddocks Shopping Mall for sponsoring our membership cards.
The Friends of Rietvlei is a registered Nonprofit Organisation - Registration No. 067-504 NPO.
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