fire40Fire:
Field Security: 0828281043

HR: 083 775 4409
Rangers: 082 802 5894

mamba75Snake removal:
John Webb 079 778 5359
Juan de Beer 060 665 5000
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Interesting Facts about animals part 3 Hits: 5
Owls Hits: 20
Interesting Facts about animals pt 2 Hits: 79
Alien Plants Hits: 132
Interesting Facts part one Hits: 168
Bushbabies Hits: 283
7. August Bats (Part 2) - FINAL Hits: 150
Bats Hits: 468
Marloth Park Honorary Rangers Winter Fair 2017 Hits: 988
PARTHENIUM HYSTEROPHORUS - DAMOINA BOSSIE Hits: 656
Snippets and Tips Hits: 891
Snippets and Tips - March 2017 Hits: 623
The Snakes 0f Marloth Park - November 2016 Hits: 1775
Property Owners can assist in establishing new grass Cover - October 2016 Hits: 1258
Control of Alien Invasive and exotic plants: September 2016 Hits: 1320
Removing Alien Invasives: June 2016 Hits: 1326
Fire Warning: May 2016 Hits: 1411
Tips for Property owners: April 2016 Hits: 2487
Soil Erosion: March 2016 Hits: 1507
LOOKING AFTER OUR DEGRADED VELD February 2016 Hits: 1104
rehabilitating the bush - January 2016 Hits: 1439
Environmental Management Report Hits: 2039
SIMPLE WAYS TO HELP TO CONSERVE OUR WILDLIFE IN MARLOTH PARK Hits: 1645
WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO GET RID OF RATS WITHOUT USING ANIMAL- TOXIC RODENTICIDES. July 2015 Hits: 1976
Care of Protected other trees: June 2015 Hits: 1529
Game removal May 2015 - Afrikaans Hits: 1773
Game Removal May 2015 Hits: 2408
WE NEED YOUR HELP: February 2015 Hits: 1898
PARTHENIUM: January 2015 Hits: 1492
HELP CONSERVE OUR WILDLIFE: December 2014 Hits: 1529
Property numbers and name boards: September 2014 Hits: 4692
Reptile Removal: October 2014 Hits: 1566
Recycling: August 2014 Hits: 1770
Baboon Proof Bins: July 2014 Hits: 3761
Parkland: June 2014 Hits: 1979
Grazing capacity of Marloth Park: May 2014 Hits: 1713
Maize is killing our wildlife: April 2014 Hits: 1585

Our vision

hrOur vision is to support and assist the Nkomazi Municipality Conservation Department within Marloth Park with their management strategies and objectives while being an effective volunteer group. 
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