Monthly Archives: April 2021

Restoring Life at Sea

by CapeNature
  Oil spills at sea are a considerable threat to the South African oceans and coastline as the oil inevitably…

Published in Care for Nature

Go Bouldering at the world-renowned Rocklands site!

by CapeNature
Rocklands, in the northern Cederberg, is the world’s premier bouldering destination. Here, a timeless landscape of rugged rock invites outdoor adventurers to…

Published in Eco-Tourism

CapeNature embarks on exciting partnership this Earth Day

by CapeNature
Earth Day is celebrated annually on 22 April and brings environmental issues that are of greatest concern to the fore.…

Published in In the media

Sour fig harvesting provides income for communities

by CapeNature
CapeNature celebrates International Plant Appreciation Day this year by highlighting the important role that indigenous plants play in the livelihood…

Schools gifted with seedlings for food gardens this International Plant…

by CapeNature
CapeNature and the Western Cape Government celebrate Plant Appreciation Day together by gifting 12 schools across the Western Cape with…

The African sharptooth catfish:  a robust survivalist and crafty invader

by CapeNature
By Dr Marienne de Villiers, CapeNature Faunal Ecologist Sharptooth catfish Clarias gariepinus are rather remarkable creatures.  They are omnivorous feeders, have…

Published in Care for Nature

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