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Cape Leopard Trust Studies

Published: 25 March 2008
University of Bristol Quinton is working hard on his PhD – this along with the 2 new projects has kept him pretty busy of late. The following year will be spent working with the substantial amount…

Death of female leopard highlights natural hardships

Published: 04 February 2008
The Cape Leopard Trust (CLT) has lost its first collared female leopard – due to natural causes. F6 (or “skinny legs” as she was known by children visiting the project) was found dead at the base…

Gamkaberg se luiperds nie weggeneem

Published: 28 January 2008
DAAR word ook nou ’n groot poging aangewend om die geheimenisse van die luiperds van die Gamkaskloof (Die Hel) te ontrafel. “Ons is besig om kameras in CapeNature se Gamkaskloof- en Gamkaberg-reservaat te installeer om meer…

Newsletter, December 2007

Published: 21 December 2007
Dear Cape Leopard Trust supporters, it is our pleasure to once again fill you in on all the latest news and developments on our project. We hope you enjoy reading it. Please remember to contact us…

Leopards Leaping into 2008

Published: 21 December 2007
We have finally got all the vehicle branding done on Witblits. Our main vehicle sponsor Leopard’s Leap will be clear for all to see as well as our fuel sponsor, EcoAire, Market Toyota and Toyota SA…

Leopard News December 2007

Published: 21 December 2007
With leopard cage traps designed by Cape Nature’s Jaco van Deventer and built (& sponsored) by FlexiPave, we have targeted a number of leopards to collar in the Cederberg in order to fulfil the requirement of…

Stellenbosch Waldorf and Bishops visit the Cederberg

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…

Tweede luiperdwyfie in Sederberge dra nou sender-halsband

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…

Bidding to save Cape Leopards from Extinction

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…

Slagyster eis Sederberg-luiperd

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…

Acceptable trapping techniques

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

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