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CapeNature’s position during the COVID-19 pandemic


by CapeNature
20 March 2020 CapeNature Management takes the COVID-19 virus very seriously and has actively been working on putting safeguards in…

Nature Talks with CapeNature and Cape Union Mart: POSTPONED


by CapeNature
Please note that this event, scheduled for 26 March 2020, has been postponed following the declaration of the national state…

Invasive alien fish pose threat to indigenous species


by CapeNature
Invasive alien freshwater fish species pose a significant threat to fynbos fish. The introduction of alien fish into the rivers of…

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An extra special reason to celebrate World Wildlife Day 2020


by CapeNature
World Wildlife Day 2020 is marked on 3 March each year to highlight the importance of wild plants and animals.…

Camp-Out 2020 with SA musician Jimmy Nevis revives love for…


by CapeNature
The Western Cape biodiversity conservation authority, CapeNature, once again played host to the annual spectacular Camp-Out with acclaimed musician Jimmy Nevis…

Telemetry tracking of invasive carp in Groenvlei Lake to inform…


by CapeNature
A scientific study on the movements of invasive carp in Groenvlei Lake is currently underway at Goukamma Nature Reserve.  Scientists…

Valentine’s Day blues? Book your romantic escape today!


by CapeNature
Forget those last minute overpriced gifts, and make this a Valentine’s Day to remember by booking an unforgettable stay in…

World Wetlands Day 2020 – creating awareness and employment


by CapeNature
World Wetlands Day falls on 02 February each year. It has been celebrated internationally since 1997, marking the adoption of…

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Matric Wild Nights Out – Connecting Young People with Nature


by CapeNature
Text by: Jess Tyrrell Photos by: Clare Louise Thomas We all need places of natural wonder for our well-being. Many…

Peregrine Falcons soaring high over Bridgetown


by CapeNature
By Kevin Shaw, CapeNature Team Leader: Ecology | Biodiversity Intelligence A photo that was being circulated on WhatsApp in 2019…
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