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Eco-Tourism, 02 April 2014

CapeNature Launches Buffalo Valley Accommodation At Goukamma Nature Reserve

CapeNature has opened new accommodation at Goukamma Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area (MPA) after entering into a stewardship agreement with neighbouring landowners. Buffalo Valley is a large conservation area bordering the serene Goukamma River just two kilometers upstream from the warm Indian Ocean and in partnership with CapeNature, now offers three fully-equipped, self-catering timber […]

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Care for Nature, 18 March 2014

Policy on Fencing and Enclosure of Game, Predators and Dangerous Animals

CapeNature has drafted a new Policy on Fencing and Enclosure of Game, Predators and Dangerous Animals in the Western Cape Province. Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) are invited to take note of the new policy and provide written comments on the draft. I&APs wishing to enquire about the policy must provide their comment together with […]

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Care for Nature, In the media, 10 March 2014

CapeNature Launches First Conservation Detection Dog Project For Tortoises In South Africa

CapeNature, together with local conservation partners, have implemented a conservation detection dog project to help conserve the critically endangered geometric tortoise, Psammobates geometricus. The field of canine conservation detection is highly specialised and requires distinctive skills to be successful. This field is very new in South Africa with this specific project being the first live […]

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Care for Nature, 28 February 2014

Conservation Detection Dog Project

CapeNature, together with local conservation partners, the University of the Western Cape and the Elandsberg Nature Reserve are implementing urgent conservation action plans to conserve the geometric tortoise, Psammobates geometricus, South Africa’s most endangered terrestrial tortoise and one of the world’s top 25 most endangered tortoise and freshwater turtle species. The conservation status of this […]

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