Alice Glockner Nature Reserve
|Alice Glockner Nature Reserve|
|Location||Gauteng, South Africa|
|Area||168 ha (420 acres)|
Alice Glockner Nature Reserve, in Gauteng, South Africa is a 168-hectare (420-acre) Nature Reserve located south of Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve. It has altitudes between 1,600 and 1,700 metres (5,200 and 5,600 ft) above sea level. The closest town is Heidelberg, Gauteng. It contains several threatened or endangered species including Delosperma macellum and the Heidelberg Copper Butterfly (Poecilmitis aureus).
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