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Eco-Tourism, Promotions, 29 June 2016

Exploring the Overberg: Kogelberg and Stony Point

Explore the Overberg with CapeNature this winter, as the land comes alive during the ‘secret season’. The fourth, and final, in our series looking at our nature reserves in the Overberg, this time focusing on Kogelberg Nature Reserve and the Stony Point penguin colony.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 20 June 2016

​CapeNature increases ​​protection from predators at Stony Point

CapeNature has proactively increased nocturnal patrols and has introduced additional scent deterrents at the Stony Point penguin colony in Betty’s Bay after a leopard regrettably killed 33 endangered African penguins during a single visit.

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Uncategorized, 13 June 2016

Exploring the Overberg: De Hoop and Walker Bay

Explore the Overberg with CapeNature this winter, as the land comes alive during the ‘secret season’. The third in our series looking at our nature reserves in the Overberg, this time focusing on De Hoop and Walker Bay Nature Reserves.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 07 June 2016

Leopard dies in trap on the eve of World Environment Day

On World Environment Day, 5 June 2016, CapeNature opened a case at the Montagu police station for the illegal hunting of a leopard in the Koo valley in the Montagu district.

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