General news and project updates

Published: 01 March 2011
The first phase of the CLT Boland project – the Limietberg survey – came to an end in November 2010. During this 4-month survey, 46 camera stations (totalling 70 cameras) were deployed in the area between…
Published: 12 January 2011
18th - 21st March 2011 Spend a long weekend in the wilderness of the Cederberg Mountains exploring and developing the qualities of a leopard within yourself. Imagine possessing the inner Presence, Poise, Power and Purpose of…
Published: 16 December 2010
The CLT have had a very exciting 2010 pushing the boundaries to make animal trapping safer.We were previously using cage traps only, however, cage trapping can on occasion result in broken canines and damaged claws to…
Published: 16 December 2010
For the latest annual report from the Cape Leopard Trust, please download the PDF.  Cape Leopard Trust Annual Report 2010 (pdf 4MB) .
Published: 08 December 2010
Keep up to date with the latest news from the Cape Leopard Trust by signing up for our newsletter on the home page or joining us on Facebook . Updates from our projects are frequently published…
Published: 06 December 2010
By Nadia Hansa, CLT volunteer from Wits University  Over the last two weeks the grade 10 boys from Bishop’s have been in the Cederberg on their EPIC adventure and, as part of our education programme we…
Published: 02 December 2010
A few months ago, I received an email from Leo Kahanowitz, a grade 7 learner from Grove Primary School, asking for information about the leopards. He wanted to do a presentation on Cape leopards and the…
Published: 22 October 2010
On Monday, the Cape Leopard Trust's Gouritz team were reunited with an old friend; Zak. Zak (or GM9) was the first leopard to be captured and collared in the region, and on Monday he graciously consented…
Published: 14 October 2010
Dr Andrew Baxter of the CAPE LEOPARD TRUST will be providing a presentation about their work in protecting and preserving the lives of these beautiful animals. A mini breakfast will be served (fruit salad, scrambled eggs,…
Published: 11 October 2010
Oom Pep (or GM1 to the scientists) was the first leopard to be photographed by the Cape Leopard Trust’s camera traps in the Gouritz region. He was initially photographed on the Tierkloof hiking trail at Gamkaberg…

Acceptable trapping techniques

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

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