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Sappi Tree Spotting: Highlands Highveld, Drakensberg and Eastern Cape Mountains

Field / Identification Guide
By: Val Thomas and Rina Grant
334 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Sappi Tree Spotting: Highlands
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  • Sappi Tree Spotting: Highlands ISBN: 9781770095618 Paperback May 2012 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Sappi Tree Spotting: Highlands follows the simple Sappi Tree Spotting system of looking for the Right Trees in the Right Places, and most indigenous trees in the Highlands are found in rocky areas, on ridges, in kloofs, or along stretches of natural unspoilt rivers. Highlands successfully explores the wonder of trees and shrubs from the high-lying grasslands and scrubby Karoo plains, to the Drakensberg and the Eastern Cape Mountain ranges.

There are comprehensive maps including all the larger parks, reserves and tourist destinations with indigenous trees. These offer Tree Spotters specific locations for birding, wild-life watching, picnics, hiking, walking and fishing while looking for trees.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Val Thomas and Rina Grant
334 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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