Retreat from city life to beauty & tranquility. The incredible diversity when two major South African Biomes interface. The highveld grasslands and savannah bushveld draws species from both and remnants of a third biome Afrotemperate Forest.
- Talk by John Wesson
- 7 October at 10h00 - Cableway Great Hall
- Bookings at email@example.com
- Cost R150.00pp includes coffee/tea.
- Cableway trip at pensioners rate R170.00.
- Enjoy the mountain views with meal & walks.
- Payment by cash/card on registration
- Hosted by the Magaliesberg Association for Culture & Heritage: MACH
About John Wesson
- Former head of parks recreation and conservation in a local authority in the Free State for close to 20 years.
- Qualified Horticulturist, Landscape designer and Parks and recreation manager by profession.
- For many years Fellow of the Institute of Parks and Recreation Administration (FIPRA).
- Regional manager\Senior manager Wildlife Society of SA for close to 10 years
- Nature Photographer, Artist, Writer, trails\adventures leader, lecturer in all aspects of birding, gardening and photography and a birder with over 45 years of experience.
- Honorary conservation officer for Free State conservation for around 20 years.
- B grade security training was PSIRA registered
- One time SA TOURISM registered specialist guide for Wildlife, birds and photographic safaris.
- Received Fellowship of Photographic Society of SA (FPSSA),
- Professional member of the Game Rangers Association of Africa (GRAA), Rotarian for 33 years and Rotary International Paul Harris PH+8 recipient
- Leader of the environment portfolio action group for Rotary D9400
- Current chairman of Northern Areas region of the Wildlife Society of South Africa (Est 1926), as well as chairman of Birdlife Harties (a branch of Birdlife SA), Magaliesberg Protection Association,
- National Association of Conservancies of SA and managing production\editorial\picture editor\writer for the African Wildlife & Environment magazine.
- Registered citizen scientist number 10074 with over 450 full protocol cards submitted and a SAFRING registered bird ringer.
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