This group is a collection of interested members that help to collect data on species distribution.
To monitor species identified by Cape Nature that is of significants to conservation and helps create a species distribution map for the lower Breede river area.
Tree stumps that collect along the waterways after flooding become serious and dangerous obstacles to boaters and especially skiers. In a drive initiated by Clive Tandy the LBRC will be removing old tree stumps that have ended up in high use areas. If you wish to report any dangerous tree stump or other obstacles, please contact Nick Scholtz on 082 4937 523.
Often residents as well as visitors are not aware of the wealth of natural sites we have in our area. We have conducted many interesting walks to some of the less well known places in the area and invite anyone interested to attend. The walks take place every month and those interested can contact the Rangers regarding details or use this forum to come up with new ideas where we should conduct our next walks.
Please remember we are not limited to the immediate area as there are many interesting walks on neighbouring farms as well as our neighbouring nature reserve at DeHoop.
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