Hacking Team at Zandvlei Nature Reserve – October 2011.

This is a working relationship with the City of Cape Town and the Zandvlei Trust.

We worked half way down Old Boyes Drive, centre section, opposite the 2nd pavement bench. We cut down large copsed Port Jackson and Manatoka trees on the steep slope. The day was very hot (about 30 degrees) with a south east wind not too strong. As we we were finishing a young guy who lives opposite came to see who we were. Seemed happy we were clearing invasives. Seemed to be aware of Zandvlei Trust. He was checking to see if we were bergies.
Bert and Chris chopped down a number of Manatoka trees.

Ornithogalum flaccida (soldier in the box) and its seed pod forming. A Cape Lappet Moth caterpillar. Polygala garcini part of the Milkwort family.



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