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5 Sep 2021
International Vulture Awareness Day, 4 September 2021

04 September marks International Vulture Awareness Day. Vultures have always had a bad rep – think Lion King? Meanwhile, vultures are nature’s essential workers. As scavengers, they are part of a clean-up crew that mop up carcasses and other organic waste, preventing the spread of diseases such as anthrax and botulism!

1 Sep 2021 by Edith Henn
African Medicinal Plant Day _ 31st August 2021

Human relationships with plants date back for centuries. Plants support life on earth provides habitat for animals and can be a source of medicine, with many healing capabilities. Many of the African continent’s population rely on traditional medicine for their basic health needs. CapeNature is proud of the relationships it has fostered with local communities surrounding the reserves who source their own medicine via plants

31 Aug 2021
CapeNature joins the "Plant a million trees" movement

CapeNature has joined a global-urban and community greening movement called ‘Plant One Million Trees’. Typically, these are linked to days on the environmental calendar such as Arbour Day, Plant Appreciation Day, Biodiversity Day, Earth Day and World Environment Day. This initiative seeks to boost these successes and bring them under one banner known as the Plant a Million Trees Campaign.

25 Aug 2021
The Critically Endangered Caledon Conebush

The critically endangered Caledon conebush, Leucadendron salteri subsp. elimense, occurs in an area of less than 9 km², in four small, severely fragmented subpopulations. It continues to decline due to alien plant invasion, ongoing habitat loss to agriculture, and wildflower harvesting.

18 Aug 2021
New quirky series gives you the lowdown on how to Respect Nature

Ever booked accommodation or a camp site at a CapeNature reserve? Then you would know that we try to equip you as best we can before your arrival with lots of information. Amongst these would be the do’s and don’ts when in a nature reserve. However, not all of us are avid readers and sometimes these very important messages get lost in emails. The result is that we still find visitors littering, starting illegal fires and trespassing a number of “rules”.

6 Jul 2021
Groenvlei Carp Project

The Invasive Fish Species Management Non Profit Company (IFSM) consists of a group of volunteers that approached CapeNature in 2018 to remove invasive carp from Groenvlei lake by means of fishing bows.

20 May 2021
Warm up with CapeNature this winter!

The promotion runs from 1 May to 31 August 2021 and means that you get an additional 40% off our existing price freeze promotion which has been running since 2019. So what are you waiting for - pay less, and get more from CapeNature this winter!

18 May 2021
Western Cape State of Conservation Report 2020 - Webinar Discussion

CapeNature proudly hosted a webinar discussion on the Western Cape State of Conservation Report (SoCR 2020) on 20th May 2021.

7 May 2021
CapeNature participates in the City Nature Challenge, a worldwide citizen science event
24 Apr 2021
Restoring Life at Sea
13 Apr 2021
Schools gifted with seedlings for food gardens this International Plant Appreciation Day
13 Apr 2021
Schools gifted with seedlings for food gardens on International Plant Appreciation Day