The Cape Leopard Trust is an active predator conservation working group. It uses research as a tool for conservation, finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict and inspiring interest in the environment through an interactive and dynamic environmental education programme. Since its inception, it has become an authority on predator conservation in the Cape, and one of the leading authorities in SA.
The Cape Leopard Trust is made up of a small, but highly dedicated, educated and enthusiastic team. Our employees are scattered across a number of projects, and include research on leopards, caracals and Black eagles. We also have a high impact environmental education project. For more information on our team, click here.
The Cape Leopard Trust is very privileged to count prominent researchers, conservationists and businessmen as part of the Board of Trustees. Each member of the board brings with them a wealth of knowledge, passion and guidance and we are grateful for their contributions and continued support. To view our Board of Trustees, click here.
We are often asked about our education project and as well as our research activities. To make things easier, we have compiled a FAQ section to allow members of the public easy access to the information we have on our projects. To see our frequently asked questions, click here.
To contact the Cape Leopard Trust please use the contact details provided:
To contact a specific project, please click on the individual projects' home page
- Education and Outreach Programme
- Cederberg Leopard Project
- Boland Leopard Project
- Gouritz Leopard Project
- Caracal Project
- Black Eagle Project