As the weather turns towards rain, Toad NUTS are expecting the first toad movement of the season this weekend. “We never know exactly when this will start, but the two major contributors are rainy nights and the approach of August. Our patrollers will be out from tonight checking the roads for toad traffic in other suburbs”, says Alison Faraday.
GEESE invites you to join the International Coastal Clean-up event on Saturday 21st September 2013 and help to clean Glencairn Vlei and the beach for a couple of hours.
GEESE will provide rubbish bags and braai tongs for waste picking. Full bags are taken to the Blue Waters drop off site, where Falsebay Recycling will recover suitable recyclable materials. Please bring water, gloves, hat and sunscreen (Spring will arrive at some point), and wear boots if you have them.
Meeting at 09.00 hrs outside the Viper Lounge on the Glencairn Strip.
After about 2 hours of waste picking (11.00 hrs), everybody will meet up again at the Viper Lounge for refreshments and to exchange experiences. We will promise fun and a great deal of satisfaction.
For more information, please contact Anne Fry on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone her on 021 782 3851 or 072 248 3862.
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The Glencairn Vlei has some new arrivals. A gaggle of 18 goslings and a platoon of a whole lot more tadpoles. Spring must be on its way 🙂 Thanks to Cilla Bromley from GEESE for sending the photos today.