Cape Deslacs Nature Reserve pine seedling removal
The Cape Deslacs perched dune fields are of national significance. This is one of three local reserveing protect a patchwork quilt of micro-climates with a number of listed (threatened) species – including a saltmarsh, forest and woodland community, rare flora species, rare fauna species and a listed seabird rookery complex.
Weeds can adversely affect native bush by replacing the native plants and destroying the animal habitat. They can also affect the natural environment by changing the shape of the land, fire regimes and stream flows. In the more severe cases there are native plant species under the threat of extinction due to the invasion of weeds.
Please join us in keeping this important reserve free of weeds.