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Managing remnants of native vegetation
Remnant native vegetation of any size is valuable to wildlife. Some habitats naturally occur as small patches but managing the potential threats to any sized remnant is often necessary.
The smaller the remnant, the greater the edge to volume ratio. Remnant edges are places where the effects of weed invasion are greatest.
Nature Conservation weed control publications:
A Guide to Arum Lily Control
Woody Weeds of the Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin Area
Weed Alert in the Capes Region
Weed it Out
There are many guides to local flora and fauna, including the Monitoring Guide to Flora and Fauna of the Cape to Cape Region.
Other guides which are a useful resource for landholders include: