Activity booklet: Biodiversity (nature) – ages 6 to 10
This activity book is proudly brought to you by CapeNature and offers various activities around biodiversity. Here, you’ll participate in games that will teach you how to conserve our indigenous fishes and how lowland fynbos works.
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.
Infographic: Biodiversity – pamper your plants
Plants are part of our daily lives. For some tips on how to pamper your plants at home, have a look at this infographic!
Infographic: Sustainable Mountain Tourism
Mountains add value to tourism. Find out how with this educational infographic on mountains and tourism.
Lesson plan and presentation: Biodiversity and soil – teachers' workshop (Grade 5)
Planet Earth is made of rocks. This workshop aimed at teachers focuses on important topics such as biodiversity and soil conservation.
Lesson plan and presentation: Biodiversity Day – soil is life (Grade 5 – teachers’ workshop)
Teachers workshop: Natural Science and Technology for Grade 5 on planet Earth and beyond, systems and control (the surface of the Earth)
* Soil types
Lesson plan and presentation: Holistic predation management
This general awareness programme investigates holistic predation management.
Lesson plan and presentation: Invasive species – youth and adults
Learn all about the problem of invasive species in the Western Cape, the possible solutions, and what CapeNature is doing.
Radio Interview_ Biodiversity - Illegal Harvesting
Listen to our Field Rangers talk about biodiversity crime.
Radio Interview: Invasive Species
Listen to one of CapeNature's Field Rangers speak about invasive species, what is being done to eradicate them and prevent further spread.
Video: Webinar - Biodiversity State of Conservation Report 2020
In this interesting webinar, learn about the state of conservation in the Western Cape, what the threats are to biodiversity and what is being done to conserve it.