- Brenton Blue Butterfly
Welcome to the fascinating world of the Brenton Blue butterfly! The Brenton Blue butterfly, Orachrysops niobe, was first discovered during a visit to Knysna 150 years ago, in 1858, by Roland Trimen, curator of the South African Museum in Cape Town.
- Fauna and flora featured by Trevor Hardaker
Through this website, I hope to share a bit of the passion I have for wild life and, in particular, birds with you!
- Gardening at Leisure
Gardening at Leisure the local garden club that provides significant financial and other support to the Reserve.
- Garden Route Botanical Garden, George
The Garden Route Botanical Garden is located in George, the heart of the Garden Route and has become a conservation and environmental education hub for the Southern Cape of South Africa.
- Knysna Basin Project
Knysna Basin Project is a scientifically based non-profit organisation focused on continued research in the Knysna Basin .
- Knysna Tourism
Knysna is one of the Garden Route´s best known travel destinations. Situated between lush forests and the shores of the peaceful estuary it offers many activities and attractions to a wide variety of people.
- Leisure Isle
Surrounded on all sides by the waters of the tidal Knysna estuary, which is ringed by a chain of hills, Leisure Isle is linked to the mainland by a narrow causeway.
- New Plant Nursery
Indigenous plant wholesalers
- SANParks re Knysna National Lake Area
Knysna nestles on the banks of a beautiful lagoon in the heart of the ‘Garden Route’, South Africa. It is surrounded by a natural paradise of lush indigenous forests, tranquil lakes and golden beaches, making it a real natural wonderland.
- Wildlife and Environmental Society, (Click on regions, Western Cape)
Founded in 1926, the Wildlife and Environment Society of SA is South Africa's oldest and largest non-government, membership-based environmental organisation.
- Wild environment of the southern & western Cape
Features Southern Cape Proteaceae and environmental news and events in the western and southern Cape. The public is asked to send in news.