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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…


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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


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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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5 reasons to visit De Hoop NR


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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


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

Water Week 2019 – Water For All


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The theme for National Water Week 2019 is ‘Water For All’.  

Environmental Education booklet: Stepping out of the classroom into the…


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As part of our commitment to increase access to our unique natural and cultural heritage, we pride ourselves by connecting…

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…
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