Monthly Archives: December 2017

Western Cape State of Biodiversity Report 2017

by CapeNature
CapeNature has compiled State of Biodiversity reports every five years since 2002 and the 2017 release is the fourth report.…
African Penguin chick

How To Be a Wildlife Rescue Hero

by CapeNature
Often it is human nature to want to help stranded and injured Wildlife. What we do not realise is that…

Put the Spotlight on Hiker Safety this Summer!

by CapeNature
CapeNature has many reserves near Cape Town, including Jonkershoek, Hottentots Holland, Limietberg and Kogelberg, where you can find great hiking…

Call for Comment: Anysberg Nature Reserve Protected Area Management Plan

by CapeNature
This is a notification of the stakeholder engagement process and an invitation to attend a public meeting to provide inputs…

Western Cape Biodiversity Spatial Plan – a roadmap to a…

by CapeNature
The Western Cape Nature Conservation Board (CapeNature) is mandated to conserve the unique natural heritage resources of the Western Cape…

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The Perpetual Fire Season

by CapeNature
With an alarming 50 fires recorded since April this year, it appears as if the Western Cape fire season has…

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Western Cape gearing up to meet summer fire threat

by CapeNature
The 2017/2018 fire season is expected to be one of the worst in recent memory with hot, dry and windy…
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