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Telemetry tracking of invasive carp in Groenvlei Lake to inform…


by CapeNature
A scientific study on the movements of invasive carp in Groenvlei Lake is currently underway at Goukamma Nature Reserve.  Scientists…

Valentine’s Day blues? Book your romantic escape today!


by CapeNature
Forget those last minute overpriced gifts, and make this a Valentine’s Day to remember by booking an unforgettable stay in…

Camp-Out 2020 to showcase exciting array of local female talent


by CapeNature
Top South African female artists join the line-up for CapeNature’s Camp-Out with acclaimed musician Jimmy Nevis. The biodiversity conservation agency…

Matric Wild Nights Out – Connecting Young People with Nature


by CapeNature
Text by: Jess Tyrrell Photos by: Clare Louise Thomas We all need places of natural wonder for our well-being. Many…

Peregrine Falcons soaring high over Bridgetown


by CapeNature
By Kevin Shaw, CapeNature Team Leader: Ecology | Biodiversity Intelligence A photo that was being circulated on WhatsApp in 2019…

CapeNature presents Camp-Out 2020 with Jimmy Nevis


by CapeNature
The inaugural event was hugely successful and Jimmy Nevis and friends wowed the crowd that flocked to Algeria for the…

CapeNature says fire awareness is an all year round priority


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

Run to Wupperthal raises much needed funds for fire-ravaged village


by CapeNature
Pieter Holtzhausen was saddened to learn about the fire which devastated the small town of Wupperthal, near the Cederburg Wilderness Area…

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The importance of fish diversity and abundance: World Fisheries Day…


by CapeNature
World Fisheries Day is celebrated every year on 21 November throughout the world by fishing communities. The day helps to…

CapeNature is a finalist at the Vision 2030 Awards


by CapeNature
The annual Vision 2030 Awards have announced their 2019 finalists and CapeNature is delighted to be named among those in…
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