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Watch: Breathtaking drone footage of South Africa’s forgotten Giant Redwoods

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Adam Spires – Wannabe Vlogger was with CapeNature to bring awareness to their Heritage Day campaign and filmed awesome footage of 100yr old Giant Redwoods

 

Adam Spires was invited to visit one of the CapeNature reserves. This was done into help bring awareness to their Heritage Day campaign. They are offering free entry to their reserves for the week leading up to Heritage Day.

Adam, his brother and fellow vlogger ‘Slice of Matt’ got the opportunity to explore the Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve.They went mountain biking in the most beautiful forest. Adam stopped to share the moment he spotted something he never thought he would see in South Africa. The reserve is home the the Giant Californian Redwoods of Cape Town.

“Tucked away in a small part of a CapeNature reserve, a small grove of Giant Californian Redwoods have been growing for over 100 years…”

The tallest tree is around 52m and is over 100 years old. The entire vlog is just greenery and trees. Adam takes a moment to stop and soak in the sounds of the streams running by and the birds chirping up in the trees. Spotting the Redwoods brought him absolute joy.

You can watch Adam’s vlog below and see the breathtaking drone footage below.

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(WATCH) Drone captures amazing footage of FORGOTTEN GIANT REDWOODS in SOUTH AFRICA!Tucked away in a small part of a CapeNature reserve, a small grove of Giant Californian Redwoods have been growing for over 100 years…YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS! Please SHARE this video and get people exploring our HeritageLIKE MY PAGE // TAG A FRIEND // LEAVE A COMMENTCheck out Sliceofmatt and go subscribe to is YouTube channel for awesome daily vlogging. Thanks to Garmin and Cannondale. #virb360 #BeatYesterday #360experience

Posted by Adam Spires – Wannabe Vlogger on Tuesday, 12 September 2017


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