- 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.
We are happy to provide links to many organisations and individuals who have, or are, playing an important role in the development of the Reserve, or who have objectives similar to our own.