Monthly Archives: July 2015

Illegal flora, illegal plants

CapeNature backs sentence for illegal plant possession

by CapeNature
CapeNature has welcomed the sentence handed down to two foreign nationals found guilty of contravening the Western Cape Nature Conservation…

Published in In the media

Meet Melita Weideman – Field Ranger at Knersvlakte Nature Reserve

by CapeNature
The Knersvlakte Nature Reserve is considered by many to be the botanical treasure trove of the Western Cape, which is…

Meet Dominique Coetzee – Field Ranger at Grootvadersbosch

by CapeNature
After being introduced to conservation while taking part in the National Youth Service Programme (YSP), field ranger Dominique Coetzee has…

Meet The Rangers Of Swartberg Nature Reserve

by CapeNature
The Swartberg Nature Reserve is a world heritage site, one of CapeNature’s biggest protected areas at 121 000 hectares, and…

Meet Elaine Williams – Field Ranger at Limietberg Nature Reserve

by CapeNature
Growing up in Paarl, it was always a dream for Elaine Williams to work as a field ranger. Now having…

Madiba inspires Karoo local

by CapeNature
Conservation staff at CapeNature’s Karoo office in Oudtshoorn have been humbled by a local resident who walked on crutches for over…

Winter is STILL 40% off!

by CapeNature
You may have forgotten about our 40% off offer this winter, but we certainly haven’t! Read on to see how…

Published in Eco-Tourism, Promotions

Western Cape’s fynbos boosted by World Heritage Site expansion

by CapeNature
Biodiversity conservation in the Western Cape has been given a significant boost as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural…

Plant Indigenous for Mandela Day

by CapeNature
As part of the Mandela Day campaign this year, we’re urging the public to #plantindigenous4madiba and educate themselves about local…

Published in Care for Nature

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