City releases Nature Reserve Booklet
By Sasha Forbes
18 December 2008
The City of Cape Town has recently released there newly produced user-friendly and attractive Nature Reserves Booklet which highlights the City’s 24 nature reserves and natural areas.
Biodiversity Management Department and Environmental Resource Management Department Manager Julia Wood said the city has lots of different things to offer and most people only know about Table Mountain and some about Hout Bay.
“This is a nice book that gives you all the information about the different reserves and how to access the reserve and also tells you a little bit about biodiversity. The Nature Reserves Booklet is available from the Rietvlei, Rondevlei and Helderberg Nature Reserves at R5 per booklet. It is also available from the Botanical Society Bookshop at Kirstenbosch,” said Wood
If anyone is interested in downloading a free copy of the publication, you are able to visit www.capetown.gov.za/environment and follow the links to ‘Publications’ and ‘Brochures and Booklets’.