Paw on the Pulse – CLT Newsletter Summer 2021

Paw on the Pulse – CLT Newsletter Summer 2021
Published: 11 February 2021

Paws for Thought – Help us to help you!

Welcome to our summer newsletter and the start of a brand-new year! Despite the uncertainty of what 2021 has in store, we hope that sharing our work will awaken a renewed enthusiasm and commitment to help protect our unique natural heritage – the spotted top predators of the Cape, their prey and their mountain habitat.

Since our last newsletter, we have completed the Piketberg and Boland camera trap surveys, launched the Western Cape leopard database project and published our long-awaited educational children’s book! Read all about it here 

But first, some financial housekeeping… Regardless of all the unknowns, fears and doubts of the past and coming year, one thing that remains certain is paying taxes… With the end of the financial year fast approaching, did you know that donations to the Cape Leopard Trust (as a registered Public Benefit Organisation), made by companies or individuals, are tax-deductible and qualify for a Section 18A tax certificate? 

So, donate now and make a difference to your bottom line, while also supporting the conservation of the Cape’s biodiversity! 

Click here to donate via GivenGain

Or donate by EFT:
The Cape Leopard Trust
First National Bank
Branch: Tokai 200409
Current account
Account #: 62070933570
Swift #: FIRNZAJJ

Please contact our Trust Administrator Yvonne Kamp at [email protected] with any questions or queries about your donations and tax rebate.

Click here to read the rest of our summer newsletter

Acceptable trapping techniques

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

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