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Clanwilliam Cedar Tree event a resounding success


by CapeNature
The 2015 Clanwilliam Cedar Tree planting day took place on Saturday, 16 May this year, with locals and visitors turning out…

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Leopard rescued thanks to swift response


by CapeNature
CapeNature staff recently facilitated a leopard rescue, after the rare animal found itself in a sticky situation in the Cederberg.

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Help save the Clanwilliam Cedar Tree


by CapeNature
On Saturday 16 May 2015 members of the public will have the opportunity to join a unique conservation event in…
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Five ways to make a difference this Earth Day


by CapeNature
Earth Day is celebrated every year on 22 April, and we’ve rounded up the five top things you can do…

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Lucky: The tale of a remarkable Loggerhead Turtle


by CapeNature
A plucky little Loggerhead Turtle was recently rescued by CapeNature staff in the Garden Route, in collaboration with colleagues from around the…

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CapeNature receives 2013-14 clean audit award


by CapeNature
CapeNature received a clean audit award this week from the Auditor-General South Africa for its performance in the 2013-2014 financial…

Water: An essential human right


by CapeNature
South Africa celebrates Human Rights Day on Saturday 21 March, coinciding with National Water Week, a combination that illustrates just…

The importance of National Water Week


by CapeNature
Join us as we recognise National Water Week 2015, running from 16-22 March, and the importance of this most vital…
Cape Mountain Zebra, CapeNature, Scott Ramsay

Conserve and Protect: World Wildlife Day 2015


by CapeNature
In honour of World Wildlife Day 2015, we look at the challenges conservationists face with regards to biodiversity crime as…

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Warning: Red tide along the West Coast


by CapeNature
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) issued a red tide warning during the first week of February saying…
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