About Us

The Cape Leopard Trust is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation engaged in innovative research, conservation and education projects established to facilitate and promote the conservation of biological diversity.
The CLT consists of a small, highly dedicated, educated and enthusiastic team, spread across a number of project areas.

Our team

Our team

We are a small, but highly dedicated, educated and enthusiastic team, working across a number of project areas. We also have a high impact environmental education project.

Board of Trustees

Prominent researchers, conservationists and businessmen form part of the Board of Trustees.

Each trustee brings with them a wealth of knowledge, passion and guidance. We are grateful for their contributions and continued support.

Scientific advisory board

The CLT Scientific Advisory Board functions as a collaborative academic platform that advises on predator focused scientific research.

Our History

Our History

Co-founded in 2004 by Dr Quinton Martins, The CLT embarked on an incredible and momentous journey. Many special people helped to build the Trust into the organisation it is today.

Intro to our work

View a descriptive slideshow about the work of The Cape Leopard Trust

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Frequently Asked Questions

For quick answers to common questions about general leopard biology, our Environmental Education and Research activities - visit our FAQ section

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