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Published: 26 October 2015
’n Pretdraf word volgende naweek vir die oorlewing van die Kaapse jagluiperd in die Cederberge gehou. Maryke Roberts het gaan hoor hoekom. Hoe meer mense op die aarde is, hoe minder blyplek het wilde die-re – veral die vleisvretende…
Published: 19 October 2015
The second annual Cape Leopard Trust Fundraiser was an incredible success. More than two hundred guests arrived at Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards for the lunch and auction that raised R460 600 for the conservation of the…
Published: 03 August 2015
This being To Build's Green Edition, it is only appropriate that we recommend a worthy environmental cause to designers and property developers alike. Have you ever considered the animal behind one of design's most famous fabric…
Published: 03 August 2015
LADUMA is no ordinary Capeto-nian, but he enjoys what the city has to offer as he wanders around Cape Town’s prime real estate. He is an adult caracal or rooikat, as South Africans prefer to call the predator who has…
Published: 23 July 2015
Cape Town - A young male caracal called Jasper was hit by a car while crossing the busy M3 in Cape Town this week - something that a local researcher had long predicted after studying him…
Published: 27 April 2015
Laurel Klein Serieys has a soft spot for pointy-eared cats. After completing her PhD studying bobcat ecology in Los Angeles, California, she set off for Cape Town in South Africa to study a different kind of urban wild…
Published: 24 April 2015
A recent camera checking excursion to Pofadder, an infamous MTB structure on the FNB Wines2Whales (W2W) Mountain Bike (MTB) route, has left the coordinators of the Cape Leopard Trust (CLT) Boland Project really excited. “We are…
Published: 26 January 2015
Fifteen excited Hout Bay pupils and teachers set off for an adventure in the Cederberg last Thursday after their schools took first, second and third prize in the Thrive 2014 Enviro Audit. This was yet another…
Published: 22 October 2014
Dr Quintin Martins, the founder of the Cape Leopard Trust, peers through his binoculars across the valley where he discovered his first Cape mountain leopard. He is perched on a rock in the 6?000 hectare Bakkrans Nature…
Published: 21 May 2014
The ongoing battle to protect the Cape mountain leopard from being killed has been one man’s focus, writes John Yeld. THEY move like shadows through the rugged mountain landscapes – graceful, silent, merging almost invisibly with the shapes and shadows of the…

Acceptable trapping techniques

icon no trap The Cape Leopard Trust’s position statement on acceptable trapping techniques for carnivore research

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