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CapeNature participates in the City Nature Challenge, a worldwide citizen…


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By Natanya Dreyer, Team Leader, Learning and Awareness The annual City Nature Challenge is a global community science competition to…

Warm up with CapeNature this winter!


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    Discover the beauty of winter with CapeNature with our discounted promotion of 40% off self-catering accommodation and camping…

Restoring Life at Sea


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

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Schools gifted with seedlings for food gardens this International Plant…


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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


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

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Sustainable Water Management


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By Jeanne Gouws, CapeNature Ecologist Water is a finite resource, which leads to various pressures on this resource driven by…

Celebrating World Wildlife Day at the Potberg Cape Vulture colony


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By Lusanda Gqaza and Yanga Mbatana (Environmental Education Officers, De Hoop Nature Reserve) On 20 December 2013, the United Nations…

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Table Mountain Ghost Frog

World Wildlife Day 2021


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World Wildlife Day is celebrated on 3 March every year as an opportunity to highlight the many beautiful and varied…

Matrics in De Hoop – In their own words


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On the weekend of 19-21 February, 2021, five 2020 Matric learners were hosted by CapeNature and world-renowned adventurer Riaan Manser…

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…
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