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Eco-Tourism, 11 December 2014

Five festive season day trips

Even if you’re staying in Cape Town this festive season, you can still get out and enjoy CapeNature’s reserves. Here are five great activities you can do, all within two hours of the city.

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Care for Nature, 09 December 2014

CapeNature Promotes Snake Protection During Summer

With summer in full swing, the Western Cape, as always, experiences a flood of warm weather visitors – both human and reptile. During the summer season we are faced with a number of wild snakes found occasionally in residential areas.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 02 December 2014

Ready for fire season

The Western Cape Summer Fire Season was officially launched by the Western Cape Government, Disaster Management, Fire Rescue Services and Working on Fire (WOF) on Monday 1 December, with an impressive display of skills, both in the air and on land.

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Care for Nature, Promotions, 25 November 2014

Volunteer Wildfire Services Open Day – 29 November 2014

The Volunteer Wildfire Services will host their annual VWS Open Day on Saturday 29 November 2014 at the Newlands Forest Fire Station.

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