The Cape Leopard Trust - Using research as a tool for conservation & finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict

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The Cape Leopard is half the size of others in South Africa and very little is known about them. We put a camera in the Cedarberg to capture one. www.pasella.com
Friday, 25 May 2012 02:25

Leopard Fortress Series

A struggle for survival is playing out in South Africa’s inhospitable Cederberg Mountains. A unique population of African leopards, perfectly adapted to this rugged terrain, is losing a battle with a ruthless enemy: humans. Habitat destruction and persecution by farmers have pushed these cats to the brink … and their fate now rests in the hands of a dedicated wildlife conservationist. Quinton Martins knows that research is key when it comes to saving a species – but gathering data about these elusive cats is not easy. With time running out, help arrives in an unusual form… One of the world’s…
Friday, 20 April 2012 14:09

Video about The Cape Leopard Trust

Insights into the Cape Leopard Trust.
Friday, 20 April 2012 14:08

Video by Green Living Project

An apex predator in the rugged Western Cape region of South Africa, the little researched and undeservedly vilified Cape leopard is an umbrella species whose conservation effectively helps to preserve smaller, lower profile predators.
Friday, 20 April 2012 12:06

Spot the Cape Leopard

See if you can spot the leopard. This is rare footage of an elusive Cape leopard captured by Cape Leopard Trust researchers in the Cederberg Mountains, South Africa. To find out more about the leopard "Spot" you can Adopt-a-Spot.

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  • MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Vote4Charity competition

    The Cape Leopard Trust has a chance to win up to R50 000 if we can get the most votes in the My School My Village My Planet Vote4Charity competition. It is really quick and easy. All you have to do is go to this website and log in with…
    Written on Friday, 11 April 2014 15:39
  • Latest update from the Predator Ecology and Coexistence Project – All in a day’s work

    Latest update from the Predator Ecology and Coexistence Project – All in a day’s work

    Fieldwork in the Namaqua National Park and surrounding farmlands has gotten off to a good start! The CLT Predator Ecology and Coexistence project (PEACE) team were busy in December and January setting over 75 trail cameras in caracal, black-backed jackal and leopard habitat to scout the best sites for trapping these predators.…
    Written on Wednesday, 09 April 2014 15:21
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