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How Western Cape fires and drought have affected critically endangered…


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The Geometric Tortoise (Psammobates geometricus) is a beautiful specimen of the chelonian family. Its domed geometric-like hard shell, striking summer-sunset…

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Where do fish go? Lessons from the De Hoop Marine…


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Guest author: Dr John Filmalter Researchers from the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB) have been studying the movement patterns…

CapeNature marks 20 years celebrations with intimate Jimmy Nevis musical…


by CapeNature
CapeNature and acclaimed musician, Jimmy Nevis, merged conservation tourism and top class entertainment in the form of a unique, two-night…

World Wetlands Day 2019 celebrated at Khayelitsha Wetlands Park


by CapeNature
Friday, 01 February 2019, dawned bright and clear, and proved the perfect day for the world wetlands educational event held…

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A positive perspective following the fires


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News broke shortly after New Years that mountains along the Betty’s Bay coast had caught fire, making devastating headlines as…

CapeNature embraces the spirit of giving this holiday


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In the spirit of the festive season, the CapeNature People and Conservation Programme in partnership with the Youth Environmental Service…

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Stay Safe this Summer


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The Western Cape is an amazing destination for the holidays and CapeNature reserves offer plenty of options for friends and…

CapeNature and SAPS tackle crime in local townships


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CapeNature, in partnership with Nyanga South African Police Service (SAPS) hosted a year-long Youth Leadership programme tackling social challenges faced…

5 need-to-know Visitor Tips


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Visiting one of our reserves this Summer? Follow these simple guidelines to ensure your stay is a safe one.

CapeNature tackles youth unemployment through educational YES Programme


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CapeNature and the Department of Environmental Affairs celebrated its successful first year of the Youth Environmental Services (YES) Programme. The…
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