Snake talk to precede Ramblers hikers’ AGM

DURBAN Ramblers Hiking Club holds its AGM in the meeting room of the Palmiet Nature Reserve, Old New Germany Road on Saturday, 17 February.

The AGM itself will start at noon.

Contact organiser Linda or Philip. Join at 11am for an educational snake talk by Nick Evans of KwaZulu-Natal Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. After the meeting, which is normally concluded by 1pm, the club will provide braai fires. Take your own food, drinks, cutlery, crockery and a chair for a get-together after the meeting. There is parking available.

On Sunday, 18 February Ramblers will visit Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve in Howick. Email hike leader Keith Ashton at [email protected] or call Stella Wells on 078-319-8979 or email [email protected] This 12km to 15km hike is graded two to three. This hike, which is by appointment only, is a lovely local day hike in a beautiful area with great views and a chance to see plenty of game and birdlife. There are several trail variations. As it can be hot this time of year, hikers will keep to high ground. This is a combined hike with other clubs.

Email the leader to book a place on this hike by Wednesday, 14 February. Immediately thereafter, contact Stella to co-ordinate transport from Durban, if required. The reserve entrance fee is R30.

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Southlands Sun

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