We charge for attendance at field and certain other events:
R50 for adults and R10 for children 11 years and younger, with the option of paying R150 PER FAMILY for an annual subscription.
Some venues will also require an entrance fee which must be paid by each individual.
For field trips we will supply vials, magnifiers, plastic pill bottles and some other basic collecting equipment, but please bring your own if you have as well as any reference books, a picnic lunch, adequate water, a hat and good walking shoes.
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Yebo Gogga 2015
13 May 2015 - 17 May 2015
Setting up is done on 12th May. If you are able to help please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 20 December 2013, the UN General Assembly 68th Session proclaimed 2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015). The UN focus is related particularly to light based technologies, communication and energy, but because almost all life depends ultimately on light it is appropriate to emphasise the biological importance of light. Some bacteria living in unusual and hostile environments like geothermal vents on the ocean floor utilize chemicals as an energy source. They however represent a tiny fraction of the life that reaches every part of Earth.
Light is the energy that converts inorganic compounds into the building blocks of life. It allows vision and all that sight makes possible. Most animals rely on vision to seek food and avoid danger. Night and day are the rhythm of our lives and day length the cue for preparing for the changing season for both plants and animals. It is not surprising that the ancients worshipped the sun, it is the key to life as we know it.
Visit Yebo 2015 and discover more about light, living things and sustainable living.
Keep your eyes on your e-mail and our Facebook page as other events may be organised, sometimes at short notice. We will attempt to give you fair warning. And remember that Norman Larsen is at the Cape Union Mart Adventure Centre, Canal walk in Cape Town every Saturday between 11 a.m. and 12 noon to demonstrate and talk about SPIDERS!