Working For Nature
As Friends of Waters Meeting we’re raising awareness and promoting
initiatives to serve the Reserve where needed most.
The 174ha Waters Meeting Nature Reserve in the Eastern Cape lies between Bathhurst
and Port Alfred, and is named for the part of the Kowie River several kilometres upstream where freshwater meets saltwater (Waters Meeting).
There are Four hiking trails through the reserve, from 3 to 9km, through coastal thicket Animals you are likely to see include rock dassies, blue duiker, otters, Kudu, waterbuck
and bushpig. There is also an abundance of birdlife, including fish eagles.
About Waters Meeting
What We Do
Working towards meaningful work and unforgettable experiences.
The Friends of Waters Meeting is a community-based organisation which will help in many ways to promote,
raise funds, maintain, and embark on activities aimed at uplifting the Reserve.
"The Earth has music for those who listen"