Mount Moreland Conservancy
Registered with Ezumvulo KZN Wildlife 1996
The conservancy was established in
1995 and registered with the conservation body of Ezemvelo Wildlife KZN. Many projects have been undertaken in our
Mount Moreland Conservation area over the years with much reward and credit for our efforts.
Mount Moreland Conservancy Objectives/Main focus
A) To protect, improve and preserve the quality of the Mdloti river and surrounding
wetlands environment including the fauna and flora within the area of the conservation.
B) To monitor all present and future development in the area
C) To foster co-operation and sound relationships within the community and land
owners towards a healthier environment
D)To initiate and promote self-education and community awareness in the understanding
and concept of conservation
E) To liaise and affiliate with similar organizations locally, nationally and
F) To establish, raise and administer funds for the pursuit and implementation of
Name change: 2012
Lake Victoria Conservancy → Mount Moreland
Formally called the Lake Victoria Conservancy it was recently decided that a name change was needed to
make us more site specific.
New name and logo 2012
Mount Moreland Conservancy Awards Received
Award of Appreciation
Conservancies Day 29 September 2012
From eThekwini Municipality Parks, Recreation and Culture
The Rhino Award
from eThekwini Conservancies December 2011
For outstanding commitment, dedication and contribution to conservation and for the tireless
effort and energy expended on the Barn Swallows and for the promotion, preservation, protection of this incredible
migrant. A local, national and international tourist attraction. A global treasurer we must strive to preserve and
Presentation from Jean Lindsay - eThekwini Conservancies Association
to Angie Wilken, Chairperson - Mount Moreland Conservancy
2010 Mount Moreland Conservancy Certificate of Recognition
In recognition of outstanding commitment and contribution to the natural environment.