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CKC Newsletter August 2017

Dear CKC member As a Conservancy we would like to pay tribute to Dorothy Mowlam 31-08-1948 to 05-06-2017. A founder member of the Constantia Kloof Conservancy (CKC) with her husband Willy, Dorothy displayed a great love for nature and an ardent desire to rid the Conservancy of invasive alien vegetation. Their 2 adjoining properties overlooked …

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Conservancy Alive and Well

A beautiful booklet filled with colour photographs and details of the indigenous fauna and flora identified in the Constantia Kloof Conservancy area north of Wilderness, was launched last week

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how-to-tackle-invasive-madeira-vine

The Garden Route section of SANParks has been invaded by Madeira vine (Anredera cordifolia) This South American category 1b alien invader is now a common sight along the coastal zone from Wilderness eastward towards Port Elizabeth. It has fleshy heart-shaped green leaves and spikes of white flowers (February to April). It produces multiple aerial tubers …

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Dear CKC Member Conservancy Signs New UV protected Conservancy signs have been made and if your sign has faded and you wish to replace it a new sign will cost you R40. Please contact the committee in this regard (new members will receive their initial sign free of charge). The large CKC sign on the …

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fynbos

The Constantia Kloof Conservancy (CKC) in Wilderness, although small in extent, incorporates an area rich in biodiversity. The western section comprises a mix of fynbos and forested areas while the eastern section is virtually entirely covered in endangered Coastal Afro-temperate Forest. Back L to R: John Callanan, Marie Callanan Ilza Louw & Jan HeynekeIn front: …

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