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Celebrating Women in Conservation: Chanel Rampartab


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August is Women’s Month and we are sharing the stories of some of the special women at CapeNature who have…

Celebrating Women in Conservation: Nicole Stanley


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As part of CapeNature’s celebration of women in conservation for the month of August (Women’s Month in South Africa), we…

Baboon and human interaction in the Western Cape


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Encountering baboons close to urban developments In the Cape Peninsula, Overstrand Local Authority area, the Garden Route and other areas,…

CapeNature and Sanbona Wildlife Reserve team up to save iconic…


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The Little Karoo was the scene of a dramatic Cape mountain zebra capture and translocation operation on Friday, 2 August…

World Ranger Day 2019 – we acknowledge and remember all…


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World Ranger Day is commemorated on 31 July every year when we honour all park and field rangers around the…

CapeNature announces ground-breaking policy


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CapeNature has finalised a ground-breaking new policy that will allow for the restricted consumptive use of species of wild flora in CapeNature-managed…

The Mandela Day 2019 Anti-Litter Challenge


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Mandela Day is is celebrated on 18 July every year in celebration of Nelson Mandela’s life on his birthday. It…

Nature Talks start with a bang


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Nature enthusiasts streamed to the Intaka Island Environmental Centre for an evening of refreshment and educational entertainment on 25 June…

Predator or prey? Cape Gannets on Bird Island


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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


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