Wolwekraal Nature Reserve - South Africa
Wolwekraal Nature Reserve
The field site comprises 123 ha of natural Karoo shrubland. The Dorpsrivier passes through the nature reserve. Habitats include exposed Ecca mudstone plains, a north-facing ridge, pockets of aolian sand, and quatzite pebble bed conglomerate along the levees of the Dorpsrivier. The field site has been fenced to exclude domestic livestock since the 1970s.
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