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General news and project updates

Published: 10 May 2010
Since starting the Education Programme and working with the local children we have wondered how else we can offer something valuable to the local communities. These communities face issues of alcoholism, limited work, lack of motivation…
Published: 10 May 2010
The Cape Leopard Trust has received tremendous support from the ABAX Foundation (previously Polaris Foundation), one of our main sponsors over the past few years. We have greatly appreciated that their Board of Trustees has also…
Published: 10 May 2010
Thanks to the Three Cities Group and the Deutche Bank Africa Foundation, we have been able to offer camp sponsorship to a number of groups this year. Some camps have already taken place and others are…
Published: 10 May 2010
The Cape Leopard Trust has collaborated with six other environmental NGOs (Endangered Wildlife Trust; Wildlands; Wilderness Foundation South Africa; Game Rangers Association of Africa; SANCCOB; and WESSA) to start a new magazine on conservation matters called ‘Environment…
Published: 07 May 2010
Andy Baxter, Chairman of The Cape Leopard Trust, will be giving a progress report. Now have 4 projects - The Cederberg, Namaqualand, Swartberg-Gamkaberg Corridor and Boland. The Boland project is particularly exciting. Andy will tell you…
Published: 07 May 2010
We’re thrilled to share the first couple of leopard pictures from the CLT Boland Project’s Limietberg pilot survey! Even though the first camera we checked presented us with only images of hikers walking by, it was…
Published: 03 May 2010
We have finally captured a decent photograph of the Matjiesvlei leopard. Although this magnificent male has been caught on film before, it has always been a poor photo or a pic of just a leg, or…
Published: 26 April 2010
On the weekend of 16-18 April 2010, the Land Cruiser Club of southern Africa (LCCSA) and the Cape Leopard Trust (CLT) got together as part of the introduction to the CLT’s Boland Project. We, Anita Meyer…
Published: 19 February 2010
The group of volunteers - Pride of Table Mountain - who take children from Cape Town townships on excursions up Table Mountain, were privileged to take part in a Cape Leopard Trust Environmental Camp (22 -…
Published: 18 February 2010
The Cape Leopard Trust has recently welcomed two new members on board. Jeannie Hayward and Anita Meyer will be the two researchers heading up the new CLT project – a leopard population study in the Boland…

Acceptable trapping techniques

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

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