Monthly Archives: November 2017

Riverine Rabbit

Researchers look to shed more light on the elusive riverine…

by CapeNature
According to the Zoological Society of London, the riverine rabbit (Bunolagus monticularis) represents one of the top ten Evolutionarily Distinct…

Get Black Friday ready with CapeNature reserves!

by CapeNature
CapeNature is excited to announce that the much anticipated 24-hour Black Friday promotion is now live. Clients using the online booking system will…

Published in Eco-Tourism, Promotions

Biodiversity - CapeNature

How CapeNature is Combating an Alien Invasion

by CapeNature
by guest author, Dr Antoinette Veldtman, CapeNature Ecologist The Cape Floristic Region (CFR) is a biodiversity hotspot of global significance.…

Published in In the media

Six of the best: breathtaking picnicking and camping sites in…

by CapeNature
CapeNature has a summer lifestyle holiday choice for everyone, from families to young travellers, adventurers to relaxation-seekers with activities galore…

Fluttering on the brink of extinction: the quest to save…

by CapeNature
by Louise Baldwin, Kedestes Butterfly Conservation Project Cape Town is listed as a globally renowned biodiversity hotspot, and contains more…

The Story behind Anysberg Nature Reserve

by CapeNature
Guest author: Dr AnneLise Schutte-Vlok, CapeNature ecologist In 1936 the upper-southern part (5 197 ha) of the Anysberg Mountain was acquired…

CapeNature reserves now on Google Street View!

by CapeNature
Cape Town based travel company Drive South Africa, has partnered with Google through the Google Street View camera loan program…

Published in In the media

HAPPY FEET at Stony Point Nature Reserve!

by CapeNature
Hundreds of locals and volunteers gathered on Saturday, 28 October at Stony Point nature reserve for a cheerful send off…
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