Flipchart: fire awareness
There are two kinds of fire: useful fires and harmful (or dangerous) fires. We use useful fires to cook, keep us warm or braai. Harmful fires, on the other hand, can cause serious damage to lives and livelihoods, including causing the death of animals or burning down homes.
Global conservation status of turtles and tortoises (Order Testudines)
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 17(2):135-161. Rhodin, A.G.J. (and 59 other authors, incl. Baard, E.H.W.). 2018.
Goukamma Nature Reserve Survival Guide kit
Thank you for choosing Goukamma Nature Reserve as your preferred destination.
Goukamma Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area, situated on the Garden Route between
Sedgefield and Knysna have a diverse array of fascinating habitats and an abundance of smaller wildlife,
birds and fish. It is also a World Heritage Site. Goukamma is home to an extensive dune field with
some of the highest vegetated dunes in South Africa, and the unique Groenvlei lake which has no
inflowing rivers and only an underground link to the sea.
Has strategic planning made a difference to amphibian conservation research in South Africa?
Bothalia 49. Measey, J., Tarrant, J., Rebelo, A., Turner, A.A., Du Preez, L., Mokhatla, M. & Conradie, W. 2019.
Infographic and activity: classification of plants and animals – International Day for Biological Diversity (Grade 7)
International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated on 22 May every year and focuses on issues of biodiversity around the world. Discover what makes the Western Cape’s biodiversity so special and complete the fun activity.
Infographic series: marine and waste – source to sea, reduce your footprint, trash-free oceans
These fun, informative infographics will help you learn how to reduce the waste that often ends up in our oceans.
Infographic: Biodiversity – about mountains
Do you know the difference between a hill and a mountain? Landforms that are 600m high or higher are classified as mountains. Mountains are home to 15% of the world’s population and cover 22% of the surface of the earth.