Refurbishment of Lionspruit Hides

The Marloth Park Honorary Rangers have completed another big project of re-thatching and repairing the bird hides at Impala and Ngwenya dams in Lionspruit. These two facilities will now be a pleasure to visit. The old water tank at Impala dam self-destructed during our operations and is presently being replaced with a nice brick support structure and new tank. We would still like to replace the bird posters which have faded badly.


Impala Dam   Ngwenya Dam




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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. 
Read our complete Vision Statement here and a brief history of Honorary Rangers here


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The Honorary Rangers Winter Fair was held at Henk Van Rooyan Park in Marloth Park on Saturday 12th July.

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hrOpen Meetings take place on the fourth Thursday of the month at 08:00 in the Committee Room, Henk van Rooyen Park. All non-rangers are welcome to attend as observers.



bushwalksmallBush Walks and Talks take place on a monthly basis usually starting at 08:00 and lasting about 2 hours. 




DSCF0585smallBird Walks are currently organized by our colleagues The Marlothii Conservancy and take place in Henk van Rooyen Park:
April - October: at 08:00 on the first and third Saturdays each month and at 06:00 every Saturday during the rest of the year.

A comprehensive list of the 339 birds recorded in Marloth Park is published by the the Honorary Rangers (in English and Afrikaans) and is available from the SecretaryThis list is also available on-line here together with sightings lists and reports for each Saturday Bird Walk.