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Eco-Tourism, 25 February 2015

Exploring an enchanting forest

There’s something particularly magical about the indigenous forests of the Western Cape. The birds, the buck, the twisting, knotted trees providing cover for the lush vegetation that blankets the forest floor. All of the elements add up to an environment in which you just feel at home.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 13 February 2015

Warning: Red tide along the West Coast

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) issued a red tide warning during the first week of February saying that it is monitoring an algal bloom that extents from Dwarskerbos  to north of the Olifants River.

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Promotions, 06 February 2015

WIN a two-night getaway for two in our Valentine’s 2015 competition

Enter our Valentine’s competition and you stand the chance to win a picnic bag, bottle of wine and a two-night getaway for two at Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve.

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Care for Nature, 06 February 2015

Learners gain Wetlands knowledge with CapeNature

Early in February learners from Riverlands Primary School got to celebrate World Wetlands Day with an outing to the West Coast National Park, thanks to CapeNature’s community conservation programme.

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