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Eco-Tourism, 13 October 2014

Hiking without a hitch

With increased temperatures, the issue of hiker safety is paramount in summer. Read our handy tips on staying cool and safe this season.

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Care for Nature, 10 October 2014

Ixias in October

Want to know what to look for the next time you’re on a hike in one of our reserves? CapeNature botanist Rupert Koopman tells us more about Ixia bulb plants, which become particularly attractive and easy to spot in October.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 06 October 2014

Celebrate Our Seas – National Marine Week

The Celebrate Our Seas Festival is a National Marine Week Initiative that aims to highlight and address issues relevant to the entire marine life environment.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 02 October 2014

PengWin Trax Rewards youth for engaging with our unique southern oceans

PengWin Trax, an inter-university and public, week-long competition kicking off on Monday 06 October 2014.

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