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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, 25 August 2014

Celebrate The Western Cape’s Unique Fynbos

If you’re looking for an unforgettable fynbos and wildflower experience, the Cape Floral Kingdom Expo provides the ideal occasion as it’s arguably the biggest floral expo in the country. The expo takes place at the Mega Park in Bredasdorp between Thursday 28 August and Sunday 31 August 2014. With more than 6000m2 of indoor floral […]

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Care for Nature, 13 August 2014

Conserving The Water Factories Of The Western Cape

The Western Cape is critical to any conservation effort in South Africa. It is not only one of the most ecologically complex and biodiverse areas in the world, (due to the fact that it is home to more than 70% of one of the World’s six Floristic Kingdoms), but it is one of the primary […]

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Care for Nature, In the media, 31 July 2014

Meet Senior Field Ranger Brenton Matinka

Finding one’s passion is the key to a successful career and for senior field ranger Brenton Matinka, it is a passion for nature which has kept him at Kogelberg Nature Reserve for the past 10 years. “Working in an environment such as Kogelberg, you see beauty every day,” says Brenton. “Being passionate about this field […]

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Care for Nature, In the media, 30 July 2014

Meet Field Ranger Eric Pietersen

Working in what is considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom with some of the world’s most exceptionally diverse fynbos at his doorstep, it’s easy to understand why Eric Pietersen has been happy to call Kogelberg Nature Reserve home for over 16 years. Eric began working with CapeNature back in 1998 and his love […]

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