Sponsored by Friends of the Haenertsburg Grasslands, and
the Botanical Society of South Africa, Limpopo Branch.
Photographs by M. Strever, H. Werhahn, K. Manamela, M. Arnott, D. Engelbrecht, S. Woodhall, C. Dzerefos, W. Haacke, W. Branch, L. Minter.
Paintings byI. Fouche.
Design and Layout by Heike Werhahn.
Co-ordination and text by Cathy Dzerefos and Bronwyn Egan
For environmental information contact Cathy Dzerefos, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Cell: 083 746 2239.
Information to visit the area can be obtained from magoebaskloof.com or at 073 173 9002 or 015 276 4880.
To report large scale wood harvesting for baskets, contact the Dept. of Economic, Development, Environment and Tourism, 015 290 7000 or Water Affairs and Forestry, 015 290 1200.
For snake information contact Mark McMahon on Tel. 015 276 3304.
Further information on Blue Swallows, to report sightings or to arrange collection of biomaterial (eggs or feathers): Contact Steven Evans, Blue Swallow Working Group Endangered Wildlife Trust, Cel: 082- 850-6480.
Any remains of threatened animals are useful for genetic research. Call the Biomaterial helpline to arrange for collection and further preservation. Cel: 082-994-4388.
Tarboton, W.R. 1994, The Blue Swallow: Still so Precarious,
in Vision of Wildlife, Ecotourism and Environment in Southern Africa, EWT Annual.
Dzerefos C.M. 2004, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: The Story of the Haenertsburg Grasslands of Limpopo. Veld and Flora. 90(1) 18 - 19. March.