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Nature Moncton December Meeting
Tuesday 11 December 2018 - 07:00pm - Tuesday 11 December 2018 09:00pm
Nature Moncton December Meeting

Cape Town: Its Unique Biodiversity and the Work the Municipality Does to Protect it” Date: December 11th, 2018 Time: 7:00 pm Location: Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge Speaker: Ulrike Irlich Cape Town (South Africa) is located within the Cape Floristic Region, one of six floral kingdoms on the planet. Cape Town is a global biodiversity hot spot and has been labeled as the “most biodiverse urban area in the world.” Cape Town is the proud custodian of over 3300 plant species, 365 bird species and 83 mammal species, and much more. On top of this, the city boasts high levels of endemism.
This presentation will showcase the unique biodiversity found within the city and highlights some of the work the municipality does to protect its natural heritage. Ulrike worked for the municipality for 6 years and will talk about Cape Town’s biodiversity and some of the special adaptations and conservation projects around the city.
Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge
600 Mapleton Rd.
E1G 0N3

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