Snowfall in Swartberg Nature Reserve

Posted by Imogen Searra on 1 July 2020

CapeNature shared beautiful pictures of snowfall in the Swartberg Nature Reserve in the Western Cape on Wednesday [July 1]. The organisation is responsible for biodiversity conservation in the Cape.

The Cape of Storms has experienced bouts of bone-chilling weather since the beginning of June. High-lying areas within the Western Cape have been periodically covered in snow.

Take a look at the snowy Swartberg below:

 

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SNOWFALL AT SWARTBERG NATURE RESERVE❄️. When life gives you snow.. you take some awesome pictures! This was exactly what our conservation team at the picturesque Swartberg Nature Reserve did when they captured these images. LINK IN BIO for a list of all reserves currently open to the public. A reminder to please adhere to the compulsory safety guidelines provided. #LoveNature #CapeNature #CPTSnowfall

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Snowfall at Swartberg. Image credit: capenature

Snowfall at Swartberg. Image credit: capenature

The Western Cape’s dam levels are currently at 63.2% capacity as of July 1.

In a statement the City of Cape Town said: ‘The dams in and around Cape Town form part of the Western Cape Water Supply System, which is an integrated and collectively managed system of dams, pump stations, pipelines, and tunnels. In addition to servicing Cape Town, the system supplies water to towns in the Overberg, Boland, West Coast, and Swartland areas, and provides irrigation water for agriculture.’

 

 

 






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