The Marlothii Conservancy
The Marlothii Conservancy is registered with the Mpumalanga Parks Board as an Urban Conservancy and was the first in Mpumalanga to do so. It aims to generate interest and active participation by registered land owners, accredited residents and the business community in the conservation of indigenous and endemic fauna and flora and the protection of the environment in the area based on scientific principles of nature conservation and sustainable utilization of the area's natural resources. The Conservancy exists in partnership with the Marloth Park Honorary Rangers and the Marloth Park Property Owners Association. You can see our registration certificate by clicking here amd read a brief historical note by clicking here.
Your chance to speak up on government regulations aimed at managing foreign flora and fauna
On February 12 the government published a set of draft regulations which affect gardeners and property owners across the country. The draft regulations are related to the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 2004 (Act No 10 of 2004), and contain lists of invasive species which require a range of control measures, including monitoring, removal and permits if they are found on your property.Read more...
The birding module contains Bird Sightings Lists maintained by the Conservancy and by users
with administration privileges. It includes the sightings from the weekly Marloth Park bird walks
and users can also maintain their own bird lists. Reference is made to the BLSA Bird List 2013
and to the latest Roberts and Sasol Guides.
Click here to go straight to sightings reports or use the Birding menu at the top of the page
for more options.