Tag: Endangered

Funding Received for CapeNature’s Geometric Tortoise Conservation Programme

by CapeNature

CapeNature has received additional valuable funding to implement the internal conservation action plan of the geometric tortoise, Psammobates geometricus. This tortoise species occurs nowhere else than in the Western Cape, South Africa and is considered one of the Top 25 most endangered tortoises in the World. In 2010, CapeNature received a donation of funds towards tortoise conservation in the […]

Conserving Cape Mountain zebra

by CapeNature

Used to living on rocky terrain, the Cape mountain zebra is a hardy character. It’s also endangered – but conservation efforts have seen numbers grow from 13 individuals to an estimated 2 700.

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Cedar Tree Day

by CapeNature

Each year CapeNature and Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Wilderness Retreat join forces to host a Cedar Day. The goal: to plant cedar trees!

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