• Chameleon research in Steenbok

    Posted on Video of a Chameleon being returned to its original spot the following day. Recently we were approached by the South African National Biodiversity Institute for permission to conduct research in the Reserve on the Knysna Dwarf Chameleon.  The research includes a... Read more »
  • You’re never too young to learn

    Posted on Steenbok Nature Reserve recently hosted a walkabout with a  small group of enthusiastic preschoolers and parents.  With the help of our educational booklet “Look Deep into Nature” the energetic group were tasked with finding insects and butterflies populate the the... Read more »
  • Teaching the youth about our Wetlands

    Posted on Early in February a planned Wetlands Day excursion by Knysna Municipality YCOP for Thembelitsha Primary School to Steenbok Nature Reserve, to raise awareness of the value and benefits of wetlands was unfortunately called off due to an administrative problem. Instead,... Read more »
  • Ashford school pays Steenbok a visit

    Posted on What a pleasure it was to meet teachers Dirk and Rita Lagerwerf and be asked to take their 8 students from Grade 4 & 5 from Ashford School around Steenbok!(picture left) The sharp-eyed youngsters were extremely good at spotting our... Read more »
  • Queen Bee visits Steenbok

    Posted on Even the cloudy, rainy day could not dampen the spirits of the children of Queen Bee Pre-Primary School.   The kids spent a fun morning hiding their hand-painted Harmony Rocks in Steenbok Nature Reserve.    What are Harmony rocks? HISTORY... Read more »
  • Saturday Soccer in Steenbok

    Posted on CX united Soccer school enjoying a morning of sunshine and exercise with their Coach Arthur and guest Coach Khuse Dasi, Provincial Head Coach of Youth Development Structures. Read more »
  • World Bee Day

    Posted on On World Bee Day on the 20th of May, Steenbok Nature Reserve was visited by this happy group from Queen Bee Nursery and Pre-primary School.  With the help of Steenbok’s ‘Look Deep into Nature’ educational book, the children buzzed around the Aquifer,... Read more »

    Posted on Suzie Thomopoulos and Di Stromberg hosted a walkabout in Steenbok Nature Reserve with Ally Scott-Healey from Active Hearts and the grade 7’s from Tembelitsha Primary School. The children enjoyed a morning learning about the flora and fauna found in the... Read more »