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Nature Talks: successful launch of family-themed travel chats


by CapeNature
Nature enthusiasts streamed to the Intaka Island Environmental Centre for an evening of refreshment and educational entertainment for the whole…

Predator or prey? Cape Gannets on Bird Island


by CapeNature
Every year tourists at Bird Island stand in awe at the sight of the thousands of Cape gannets (Morus capensis)…

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Proudly nurturing nature for you for the last 20 years


by CapeNature
When somebody mentions CapeNature, what images are evoked in your mind? If you’re a nature lover, then the chances are…

Whale Trail upgrades coming in 2020


by CapeNature
The Whale Trail promises to be the ultimate hiking experience. This wonderful experience takes place at our breath-taking De Hoop…

Earth Day celebrations calls for citizens to be active participants…


by CapeNature
CapeNature joined hands with the Ramaphosa community in Philippi on Tuesday, 23 April 2019 to spread anti-littering awareness and help…

Attack of the Shot-Hole Borer


by CapeNature
The blog title may sound like something from the realm of science fiction but unfortunately the Shot-Hole Borer is a…

Motorists urged to be vigilant after Cape leopard fatality


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A Cape leopard was hit by a vehicle along the N1 highway between Worcester and De Doorns on Monday evening,…

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CapeNature says fire awareness is an all year round priority


by CapeNature
CapeNature statistics show that more than 90% of fires in the Western Cape are human-induced accidental fires that occur largely…

5 reasons to visit De Hoop NR


by CapeNature
Located on the southern Cape coast, De Hoop is one of CapeNature’s flagship reserves, and is famous for its variety…
Robberg Nature Reserve by Scott Ramsay

Nature’s best protected, just for you


by CapeNature
Ever wanted to leisurely wander along forest paths, conceal yourself in a bird hide or simply just meander along hidden…
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