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Call for comment: Goukamma Nature Reserve Protected Area Management Plan

Friday, February 19, 2016,
by CapeNature
The Goukamma Nature Reserve Protected Area Management Plan (PAMP) has reached the stage of stakeholder participation. Any persons having direct…

Call for Comment: Gamkaberg Nature Reserve Protected Area Management Plan

Friday, February 19, 2016,
by CapeNature
The Gamkaberg Nature Reserve Protected Area Management Plan (PAMP) has reached the stage of stakeholder participation. Any persons having direct…

CapeNature earns first ever Eco certification in Southern Africa

Monday, February 8, 2016,
by CapeNature
CapeNature’s Kogelberg, Robberg and Goukamma Nature Reserves have become the first tourism products in South Africa and the Southern African…

Meet Mzokhona Mabaso: Conservation Manager at Knersvlakte Nature Reserve

Wednesday, February 3, 2016,
by CapeNature
Ever wanted to know what a Conservation Manager does? Watch the video below to find out…

Celebrate the value of our wetlands on World Wetlands Day

Tuesday, February 2, 2016,
by CapeNature
With pressure on South Africa’s water sources continually increasing, it is vital we acknowledge World Wetlands Day and take note…

Robberg: A trip worth writing home about

Friday, January 29, 2016,
by CapeNature
We recently spent some time in Robberg Nature Reserve, near Plettenberg Bay, capturing some video footage (which you can see…

Fire is EVERYONE’S fight

Thursday, January 14, 2016,
by CapeNature
The Western Cape fire season occurs during the hot summer months. A small uncontrolled fire can quickly spread and become…

Saving water in a time of crisis

Wednesday, January 13, 2016,
by CapeNature
South Africa is facing a water shortage of unprecedented levels, with drought affecting many parts of the country.

Operation LIMPET

Thursday, December 17, 2015,
by CapeNature
Coastal and Marine Officer Kelley Brown illustrates how a typical conservation project operates, and how they can benefit more than…

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Penguin rescue and release: A conservation intervention

Monday, December 7, 2015,
by CapeNature
As part of the conservation processes at Stony Point near Betty’s Bay, many fledglings, along with a handful of adults, will be…

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