General news and project updates

Published: 20 December 2007
Two school groups were exposed to the Cape Leopard Trust’s work over the past couple of months. Firstly, the Stellenbosch Waldorf grade 6 class was brought on a week field trip in the Cederberg. Quinton and…
Published: 05 September 2007
’n Tweede luiperdwyfie is met ’n satellietsender in die Sederberge gemerk. Dié wyfie, wat tans “F9” heet, is Saterdag in die Bushmanskloof-wildernisreservaat in ’n spesiale vanghok gevang. Sy is later op dieselfde plek vrygelaat om nie…
Published: 10 April 2007
Camps Bay venue, La Med was transformed into a hive of activity and generosity on Thursday 22 March 2007 as 300 guests bid on items ranging from wine to books and art to jewellery to raise…
Published: 27 March 2007
KAAPSTAD. – Een van die luiperds wat vroeër in die Sederberge met ’n satellietsender vir navorsingsdoeleindes toegerus is, is in ’n slagyster op ’n plaas naby Clanwilliam gevang. Dié luiperdmannetjie, genaamd Colin, het gevrek, ondanks hulp…
Published: 22 March 2007
The Cape Leopard Trust will be celebrating its 3rd anniversary @ La med, Clifton, Cape Town. Tickets can be purchased via Computicket. The beautiful La Med, a restaurant in Clifton with a veranda that sits watching…
Published: 01 February 2007
As many of you know, so much effort has gone into trapping and trying to capture (& collar) a female leopard in the Cederberg. Yesterday it finally happened. It was amazing! Absolutely & totally the most…
Published: 22 October 2006
I have some amazing news - Fantastic NEWS!! I have managed to capture and collar our Fourth leopard in the Cederberg on Friday. An adult male weighing 32kg. What a stunning animal! t was quite a…
Published: 23 July 2006
This recent photograph was taken of Johan with his new GPS collar. We are capturing even more photographs of this enigmatic cat since he has his new “jewelry” on. The female leopards must take quite a…
Published: 08 March 2006
Dear Friends I am unbelievably happy to tell you..."Johan" was captured and collared on the 23 February!!!!!!  I have been in the field since then, and have only now finally been able to get this information…
Published: 27 January 2006
Two and a half months have passed and still no sign of 'Johan' near our cage trap set for him to be collared. For whatever reason, he has avoided the area he routinely visits. Yet, day…

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