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Monthly Archives: November 2013

The hidden gems of De Hoop

The hidden gems of De Hoop


by CapeNature
 It may already be one of the more popular nature reserves in the Western Cape, but De Hoop has so…

Published in Eco-Tourism

Algeria campsite,Cederberg - Family fun

Family fun this summer


by CapeNature
The Western Cape is an amazing destination for family holidays. The province’s nature reserves offer plenty of options, from a…

Published in Eco-Tourism

Gamkaberg receives top African honour


by CapeNature
Characterised by its biodiversity levels on par with the highest in the world, Gamkaberg Nature Reserve has been honoured by…

Published in Eco-Tourism, In the media

Green Jobs CapeNature

Green Jobs Build Brighter Futures


by CapeNature
CapeNature’s People and Conservation Programme is making a visible mark on the national job creation drive through its vibrant FTE…

Published in In the media

Do you know the journey of water?


by CapeNature
When opening taps for free flowing water in our homes, it’s so easy to forget that long before that water…

Meet the birds of Rocherpan


by CapeNature
Rocherpan may have some beautiful cottages to show off in the reserve, but recently it’s the feathered creatures in the…

Published in In the media

Geometric Tortoise

Rescuing the rare Geometric Tortoise


by CapeNature
Earlier this year a destructive fire in the Elandsberg Nature Reserve threatened the survival of the iconic geometric tortoise. Fortunately,…

Published in Care for Nature

CapeNature Protected Area

Protected Areas


by CapeNature
Western Cape landowners have contributed to the province’s protected area estate by 49 081 hectares, through agreements with conservation authority, CapeNature.…

Published in Care for Nature

Potato Farmers Promote Biodiversity


by CapeNature
Sandveld – Potato farmers from this region, responsible for producing the bulk of the Western Cape’s favourite staple food, have…

Published in Care for Nature

Partnership ensures rescue of Gannets


by CapeNature
Yesterday at Bird Island, a Provincial Nature Reserve off the coast of Lambert’s Bay in the West Coast, four Cape…

Published in Care for Nature

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