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Carol Poole ( Research Project Manager, SANBI ) will give a talk : Pollination and Honey Bees, on 04 March 2015 from 10h30 to...

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SANBI Events

04 March 2015
Carol Poole ( Research Project Manager, SANBI ) will give a talk : Pollination and Honey Bees, on 04 March 2015 from 10h30 to...
07 March 2015
Presented by the Animal Demographic Unit (ADU) from University of Cape Town. The ADU are the Project managers of the SABAP2 bird...
08 March 2015
Presented by the Animal Demographic Unit (ADU) from University of Cape Town. The ADU are the Project managers of the SABAP2 bird...

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Only found on one site above Noordhoek this is the Cape's most localized erica.

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Only found near Ladismith this is a rare succulent, but easy to grow.

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In large communities, flocks of keets are sometimes raised by different parents.

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