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Do you know the journey of water?


by CapeNature
When opening taps for free flowing water in our homes, it’s so easy to forget that long before that water…
Geometric Tortoise

Rescuing the rare Geometric Tortoise


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Earlier this year a destructive fire in the Elandsberg Nature Reserve threatened the survival of the iconic geometric tortoise. Fortunately,…

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Protected Areas


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Western Cape landowners have contributed to the province’s protected area estate by 49 081 hectares, through agreements with conservation authority, CapeNature.…

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Potato Farmers Promote Biodiversity


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Sandveld – Potato farmers from this region, responsible for producing the bulk of the Western Cape’s favourite staple food, have…

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Partnership ensures rescue of Gannets


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Yesterday at Bird Island, a Provincial Nature Reserve off the coast of Lambert’s Bay in the West Coast, four Cape…

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Leopards in the Limelight


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Researchers are using camera traps to study these big cats in the Klein Karoo – By Scott Ramsay In light of…

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Jonkershoek


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Jonkershoek. It’s a place of mountains, valleys and rivers. It is also home to beautiful flowers. Take a walk or…

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Fynbos Awareness Day


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Every year Jonkershoek Nature Reserve is the setting for a fun day that teaches families about fire safety in our…

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From the field – Tom Barry


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Reserve manager Tom Barry tells us what makes Gamkaberg a special place to visit. Gamkaberg Nature Reserve, situated near the…

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Flowers that Fool


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The cluster disa shows us just how remarkable nature is, especially when it comes to survival. To win the attention…

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