Safe, Fun, Outdoors, Educational, Interactive
Third Sunday of every month, 08.45 – 14.00
R150 per child (R100 per extra sibling)
Includes tea, juice and a light lunch
Suitable for ages 8 – 13 years
Here on Brackenburn PNR
Next upcoming date is 21 May 2017
Young C.R.E.W. Nature Club is a real chance for young people to get out, develop their natural curiosity, and learn more about nature. It is a day for mixed ages and abilities to work together and be involved in a variety of social and educational activities, whilst giving everyone the opportunity to progress each month.
All in a days work:
Amateur Naturalists – Learn outdoor skills from an experienced field guide
- Basic ID: Birding, Tracking, Trees, Fynbos…&…&…
- Bush Skills – how to read tracks, survival in the wild…
- Observation skills
- Nature notes
- Animal behaviour
- Wildlife rehabilitation – local wildlife in trouble; the role of rehab in conservation and the community
Forest and River Walks – Putting naturalist skills into practice
- Appreciation of the natural world
- Improving awareness and respect
- Exploration and adventure
- Teamwork and enthusiasm
Educational Talks – We invite professionals and amateur enthusiasts to come and tell us of their specific roles in wildlife and in conservation.
This is a chance to see and appreciate the many and varied career paths that can be taken in the worlds of wildlife, conservation, research, veterinary work, community work, and many others.
Animal Husbandry and Interaction – No pets at home? Enjoy all the fun and none of the hassle.
- Interactive time with our ridiculously friendly donkey, rabbits, ratties and guinea pigs
- Animal handling and advice
- Basic pet care
- Understand the responsibilities of a pet
- Animal enrichment and what makes pets fun