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Friday, 24 July 2009 06:47

An evening of leopard conservation and conversation - 5 August 2009

Quinton Martins will be giving a talk on leopard conservation in the Cape at the Pearl Valley Golf Estate. The focus will be on the expansion of the project into the mountains surrounding Cape Town, including the Limietberg Nature Reserve which has a leopard population threatened due to pressures from development and humans.

In collaboration with Cape Nature, the CLT are keen to improve the management of leopards on Limietberg and this talk will go a long way to educate the public on the importance of leopards within the landscape.

Pearl Valley Golf Estate has kindly allowed us to use their conference facilities (Kindly Donated to us by an anonymous donor)  for the evening so please join us for an evening of leopard conservation and conversation. All proceeds from the evening will go towards leopard conservation in the Paarl, Franschhoek, Wellington and Worcester areas (Limietberg Nature Reserve).

DATE: 05 August 2009
TIME: 18H30
VENUE: Pearl Valley Golf Estate (on the Paarl Franschhoek road before the  Drakenstein Prison and Wemmershoek Dam)
COST: R90 (This includes a Buffet Dinner after the talk) Cash Bar
R40 if you have already eaten.

Please RSVP via email to Jann Killops ( killops@iafrica.com ) by 27 July for catering purposes. Seats are limited!!  Kitchen is Halaal

Banking DetailsBank Name: Standard Bank
Acc Name: Dr J Killops
Branch Code: 009953 (Four ways crossing)
Acc Number: 023357029

SMS  payment confirmation to 072 655 7784 Reference: Name. no. people. Capeleopard.  (eg.Piet Fourie  (5) capeleopard)

Please forward this email to friends or groups that you think may be interested
Looking forward to seeing you on the evening

Kind Regards
The Cape Leopard Trust Team

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