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Water quality and quantity the key to healthy estuaries


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The health of on estuary is a description of the condition of an estuary and are driven by two key…

SA’s commercial shark industry – are sharks friends or food?


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By Alexis Olds and Nicole Horn Marine fish are divided into two groups, those that have a bone skeleton and…

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Five 2020 Matric Learners Set to Explore the Jewel of…


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Five 2020 Matric learners have just been afforded the opportunity to explore the unforgettable De Hoop Nature Reserve in the…

Tranquillity and solitude in the heart of the Garden Route…


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Story and photos by Alex Aitenhead, www.alexaitkenhead.co.za Deciding on our holiday adventure in the garden route required careful planning. We wanted…

World Wetlands Day 2021


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World Wetlands Day is celebrated on 2 February each year to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands…

The bontebok – a species saved from the brink of…


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By Nicole Horn, Biodiversity Capabilities The bontebok – a likable, medium sized antelope with a multi-coloured coat and endemic to…

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Beach Litter at Walker Bay – study results


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CapeNature staff facilitated entry into the Die Kelders section of the Walker Bay Reserve, where Peter Ryan and Coleen Moloney,…

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Be the hero this summer – report fire and smoke…


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  The Western Cape is one of the areas most affected by veldfires where these are a natural phenomenon during…

Adventure beckons in Kogelberg


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New eco-cabins in Kogelberg Nature Reserve are the ideal base for exciting activities among the mountain fynbos of this world…

Movember Animal Inspiration (part 2)


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By Nicole Horn, Biodiversity Capabilities In the month of November, we traditionally raise awareness of men’s health issues as part of…
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