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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, In the media, 21 October 2016

Penguin Palooza: SANCCOB and CapeNature celebrate African penguins

On 15 October 2016, the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB) and CapeNature hosted the first ever Penguin Palooza event at the Stony Point penguin colony in Betty’s Bay and released 10 rehabilitated African penguins back into the wild.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 12 October 2016

Marine Month: Understanding our marine ecosystem

October is national Marine Month, join CapeNature and share your commitment in protecting our natural marine resources.

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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, In the media, 10 October 2016

Guest Post: Fynbos on foot
in Kogelberg

In this guest post from wildcard.co.za, writer Shirley Kokot visits the Oudebosch eco-cabins at Kogelberg nature reserve during a three-day slack-packing adventure, and finds that eco, and luxury go hand in hand. 

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Eco-Tourism, In the media, Promotions, 06 October 2016

WIN prizes to the value of
R1 410 with CapeNature
and AfriTrail

You could WIN prizes to the value of R1 410 with CapeNature and AfriTrail, just read below to find out how!

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