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Care for Nature, In the media, 28 July 2014

Meet Senior Field Ranger Ryan Jack

Born and raised in Grabouw, Senior Field Ranger Ryan Jack, worked his way through many nature reserves across the Western Cape and currently finds himself keeping a watchful eye on the Boland Mountains in Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve. Having started his conservation career as a Youth Service Programme (YSP) student at the Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve, […]

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Care for Nature, In the media, 28 July 2014

Celebrate World Ranger Day On 31 July

Thursday 31 July marks World Ranger Day and commemorates rangers killed or injured in the line of duty, as well as celebrates the work rangers do to protect the world’s natural and cultural treasures. The work done by CapeNature’s 99 marine and field rangers does not go unnoticed and we acknowledge how important the work […]

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Eco-Tourism, In the media, 28 July 2014

Canopy Tour Adventures At Hottentots Holland

Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve is set to become only the seventh location in South Africa to have Canopy Tours. This adventure activity is a “must have” on your bucket list of exciting activities in the Western Cape. The Cape Canopy Tour is a fully guided nature experience with a focus on viewing the endemic fynbos […]

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Eco-Tourism, 28 July 2014

De Mond – the best kept secret of the Overberg

With an undisturbed view of the Heuningnes River and the sounds of a myriad of bird species to keep you company, De Mond Nature Reserve can be considered one of the best kept secrets of the Overberg. As the name suggests, De Mond is a coastal nature reserve situated at the mouth of the Heuningnes […]

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