Morning Creepy Crawly Walk
Please note that this event is fully booked. The next event is on the 9th October. Please remember to book early at https://www.quicket.co.za/events/151852-morning-creepy-crawly-walk#/
Join Jonathan Leeming on a morning walk at Kloofendal Nature Reserve during which, participants will be introduced to some of the creepy crawlies that inhabit the reserve. All animals are released back into where they came from. This popular event teaches conservation and respect for all creatures. Essential understanding for nurturing the next generation, who will inherit the future.
Please wear sensible shoes (no high-heels or flip-flops) and bring a small water bottle. Participants must be reasonably mobile and able. This walk is suitable for children.
Meet at the Ecological Centre 15 minutes before the event. This event will go ahead regardless of the weather. For queries, please contact the Friends of Kloofendal (phone, WhatsApp) on 079 693-5608. For more information about Kloofendal Nature Reserve, please go to www.kloofendalfriends.org.za
Signed copies of Scorpions of Southern Africa and One World, will be on sale before and after the walk. There will be a card machine available. Goto www.Scorpions.co.za/shop for more details.
Jonathan Leeming is a best selling author, international speaker and award winning conservationist. He as written 9 books (Scorpions of southern Africa, Scorpions of Sabi Sands, Spider & Scorpion Risk Assessment, Venomous Animal General Awareness, Risk Assessment & First Aid, Antivenom Management, General Awareness, First Aid Guide To Spider Bites & Scorpion Stings).
He consults for the Poison Information Helpline, various organisations and speaks at medical conferences on the subject of envenomation. Best selling author, international professional speaker and award winning conservationist, Jonathan brings a fresh and unique insight into the subject of venomous animals and their bites and stings.
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|Age restriction||Family friendly|
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