Hacking Team at Zandvlei Nature Reserve – July 2011.

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

The weather was perfect for a middle winters day. No wind, the air was warm and clear. A Bokmakierie was calling as well as a Cape Robin Chat near where we were working.
The view up the slope of the Muizenberg, from the where we are working. This is the biodiversity corridor link, from the Table Mountain (Peninsula), across Boyes Drive through the Zandvlei Nature Reserve area and down to Zandvlei.

A photo shows the view down the slope where we were working. The Chasmanthae were blooming. There are beautiful rocks on this site as well.
Bert and Chris cut down a large Rooikrans trees. The slope is steep and is probably fed with plenty of ground seepage which has made these trees canopies about 4 to 5 metres in diameter.
Susan cut the branches off so the stem so the cutters could cut the main stems close to the ground level.



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