General news and project updates

Published: 11 November 2008
We have collared our first male caracal in the Cederberg. We had just mentioned our plans to start this project in our last newsletter, so having begun so soon is great. Willem Titus will be actively…
Published: 11 November 2008
We are delighted to announce that Quiver Corporate Solutions (Pty) Ltd who operate outsourced hotline services under the BE HEARD™ brand have offered to manage a service at no charge for the Cape Leopard Trust with…
Published: 11 November 2008
The Cape leopard Trust would like to thank T.I.C.E (Travel Industry Charity Events) for their significant donation after a very impressive and successful fundraising event was held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on the…
Published: 10 September 2008
Join us at the Spring Charity Event on the 4th of October 2008 where the Western Cape Travel Industry is hosting a fund raiser where proceeds will go to three charities of their choice. The Cape…
Published: 17 July 2008
We have finally begun to have some success in capturing the elusive and wily Cederberg female leopards. On Monday the 14th July, we managed to capture and collar our fourth adult female leopard – F5. We…
Published: 01 July 2008
Two members from communities in Namaqualand that are involved in the BIOTA group have been selected to receive training by the CLT project team.
Published: 26 June 2008
John Yeld, Cape Argus A Cape leopard cub that spent an agonising three-and-a-half days with a mangled paw tightly jammed in the steel teeth of a gin-trap on a Northern Cape farm, has been euthanased by conservationists…
Published: 10 June 2008
To our great excitement of looking through hundreds of baboon photographs, we happened on this slender young leopard – only to discover that this youngster has not yet been captured by our cameras! That brings the…
Published: 22 May 2008
Cliffhanger - In an epic rescue effort yesterday, conservation and veterinary staff rallied to save a gin-trapped leopard in the Hantam Mountains near Calvinia.   Cape Leopard Trust (CLT) project manager, Quinton Martins, was contacted by…
Published: 22 April 2008
"Paul passed away in November 2006. He was a staunch Cape Leopard Trust  supporter, influencing many others to do the same. His family, including his  mom all got involved in one way or another and I…

Acceptable trapping techniques

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

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