Care for Nature

Celebrate World Oceans Day 2017 with CapeNature

by Blanche de Vries
Today, 8 June, we celebrate World Oceans Day, a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future.…

International Day for Biological Diversity 2017

by CapeNature
On 22 May each year we celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity. Not only is this a reason to revel…

World Heritage Day

by CapeNature
World Heritage Sites are special and unique places with fragile ecosystems that need special care and one such site is…

Published in Care for Nature

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Leopard safely translocated to natural environment

by CapeNature
A leopard that was recently seen approaching a vehicle in Gordon’s Bay has been safely rehomed in a natural environment…

Water week 2017: Nature’s Water Factory

by CapeNature
National Water Week takes place from 20 to 26 March in 2017. CapeNature highlights some key water facts in an animated…

Make a change with Earth Hour 2017

by CapeNature
From 8:30pm to 9:30pm, Saturday, 25 March 2017, Earth Hour 2017 takes place. CapeNature urges the public to use their…

Protecting the coastline: An EPWP success story

by CapeNature
Meet Selwyn Gertse, a pupil field ranger at Kogelberg Nature Reserve Complex and Betty’s Bay Marine Protected Area.

Published in Care for Nature

World Wildlife Day 2017

by CapeNature
Celebrated on 3 March every year, World Wildlife Day is a way to recognise the importance of wildlife in the…

Getting ahead: An EPWP success story

by CapeNature
Meet Smith Oerson, a contractor at Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve near Robertson.

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Celebrate the value of our wetlands on World Wetlands Day

by CapeNature
With pressure on South Africa’s water sources continually increasing, it is vital we acknowledge World Wetlands Day and take note…
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