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Introductory Comments
Acknowledgements
Glossary of terms and acronyms
Index

1. BACKGROUND INFO
1.1 Geographical location
1.2 Historical
1.3 Physiographical
1.4 Biological
1.5 Legal status
1.6 Financial responsibility 1.7 Emblems

2. MANAGEMENT
2.1 Aims and objectives
2.2 Management Committee
2.3 Support groups
2.4 Law enforcement and implementation of management
2.5 Role of the Field
Rangers in management
2.6 Honorary Field Rangers 2.7 Socio-political relationships.


3. ECOLOGICAL CONSERVATION AND BIOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT
3.1 Overall biological management
3.2 Fences
3.3 Management of the grass communities
3.4 Invasive plant removal 3.5 Management of the Dissotis Wetland


4. RIVER AND FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT


5. ZONING FOR MULTIPLE USE MANAGEMENT
5.1 Restricted use zone
5.2 Moderate use zone
5.3 Intensive use zone
5.4 Service zone
5.5 Hiking path distance/ha ratio in each zone


6. HUMAN RECREATION MANAGEMENT
6.1 Entrances
6.2 Signage
6.3 Hiking paths, their layout and maintenance
6.4 Braai and picnic sites 6.5 Pedestrian bridge

7 EDUCATION MANAGEMENT
7.1 Guided and self-guided trails
7.2 Programmes for schools and education
institutions
7.3 Frank Farrer Hall
7.4 Cultural emphasis: Gwalagwala heritage site

8 CULTURAL AND ARCHEOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT
8.1 Archeological site
8.2 Archeological artifacts

9 RESEARCH
9.1 Research possibilities 9.2 Application
9.2 Access to reports and resources


10 MISCELLANEOUS
10.1 Use of isiZulu
10.2 Floodlights
10.3 Dumping


11 THE KEEPING OF RECORDS AND PNR ARCHIVES


12 FUTURE EXPANSION OF PNR

References

APPENDICES

1 1.1 LOT NUMBERS & 1.2 POINT TO POINT DESCRIPTION OF PNR

2 WILDLIFE LISTS.
2.1 Trees
2.2 Grasses
2.3 Flowers
2.4 Fungi
2.5 Mammals
2.6 Birds
2.7 Insects& Butterflies
2.8 Reptiles & Snakes
2.9 Frogs
2.10 Fish & riverine species.


13 CONSTITUTION OF THE PNR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE


14 CONSTITUTION OF THE PNR DEVELOPMENT FUND


Index

Ap = Appendix
Animals, birds and reptiles.
Animals List Ap 1.5,
Archeological site artifacts...
Archives.
Background to PNR
Biological Background
Biological management
Birds in PNR, list Ap 1.3
Braai and picnic sites
Butterflies in PNR Ap 1.4,
Climate
Constitution, Development Fund.. Ap 3,
Constitution PNRMANCOM ...... Ap 2,
Drainage & hydrology
Dumping.
Ecological conservation
Education
Educational institutions, schools
Emblems
Entrances
Facilities, location of
Fences
Field Rangers
Field Rangers, Honorary
Financial responsibility
Fish, riverine sp. in PNR, list of.. Ap 1.8,
Floodlights
Frank Farrer Hall
Frogs in PNR, list of.................. Ap 1.7,
Fungi in PNR, list of.................. Ap 1.2,
Geographical location
Geology
Grassland management
Glossary of terms and acronyms
Guided/self guided trails
Gwalagwala Heritage site
Herbarium
Heritage, Gwalagwala site

Hiking paths
Hiking path distance/ha in zones
Historical background, PNR
Human recreation management
Hydrological regime
Introductory comments.
Invasive plant removal

Law and management enforcement
Legal status
Mammals, list of... Ap 2.5
Management, aims and objectives
Management Committee
Multiple use zones
Restricted use zone
Moderate use zone
Intensive use zone
Service zone
Palmiet Meanderings, research
Palmiet Meanderings
Physiographical background
Recreation management
Records, keeping of
References
Reptiles in PNR, lists of............ Ap 1.6,
Research
Resident observers
River and flood plain management
Schools, educational institutions
Self-guided trails
Signage
Soils
Support groups
Trees in PNR, list of............. Ap 1.1,
Topography
Vegetation
Wildlife in PNR, lists. Ap 1,
Zulu/isiZulu, use of