General news and project updates

Published: 02 April 2015
Greetings Urban Caracal Project supporters! I am a proud new member of the Urban Caracal Project team- the first full-time volunteer to work on the project. I recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in science from…
Published: 25 March 2015
The Cape Leopard Trust is immensely proud of our riders who managed to successfully complete the 2015 ABSA Cape Epic. That in itself is a huge physical feat given this mountain bike race is now known…
Published: 13 March 2015
Published: 13 March 2015
The Cape Leopard Trust would like to wish our four cyclists strength, safety and success as they set off for the 2015 ABSA Cape Epic. Francois Oudendaal, Danie Marais, Matthew Wentworth and Hudson Chevallier will be…
Published: 09 March 2015
We would like to congratulate our special fundraiser and marathon runner, Lee Dicks, for his herculean effort in last weekend’s event. Lee finished in an awesome 7th place overall in the Addo Elephant Trail Run - 76km…
Published: 02 March 2015
It’s only on rare occasions that we manage to bring our entire team together, but we got it right recently for our annual team planning meeting. We would like to thank the owner of Nova Constantia…
Published: 24 February 2015
A tough, reliable vehicle is an indispensable tool for many a field biologist. It is no different for the two project coordinators and researchers who run the Boland Project at The Cape Leopard Trust. A research…
Published: 05 February 2015
The Namaqualand region of the Northern Cape is known to nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts for spectacular displays of flowers in the spring season, when the famous and eye-catching Namaqua daisies are in full bloom. What…
Published: 02 February 2015
A new year has dawned, and with it a fond reflection of our special moments from 2014, the year we celebrated our tenth anniversary. To read all about it and share some of our stories, download…
Published: 30 January 2015
See what our youngsters get up to at one of our environmental education camps through the eyes of our ‘Moonwalking Bear’. Who says nature is boring, especially not when combined with the global moonwalking bear phenomenon! Bookings…

Acceptable trapping techniques

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

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