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Camera Trap Sponsors

We wish to thank each of the following individuals and businesses for sponsoring a camera trap for The Cape Leopard Trust. Through their support we are able to gather invaluable data on the leopards and other mammal populations in our project sites.


2016

  1. Cape Canopy Tours
  2. Applewood Preparatory School

2014

  1. John & Blanche Stephenson
  2. Dimension Data
  3. James Wells
  4. Cowburns Kays
  5. Timo le Roux
  6. Tony Fishlock
  7. Four Wheel Drive Club SA (Western Cape branch)

2013

  1. Theresa Horn
  2. James Wells
  3. 4x4 Cape

2012

  1. Margaret Baran
  2. Elkanah House Primary School
  3. Energizer

2011

  1. Carol Elaine Brown
  2. Compli-Serve SA
  3. Energizer
  4. Groot Winterhoek Conservancy
  5. Julie & James Wells
  6. Pringle Spotters
  7. Sonderend Friends of WESSA (Greyton) & WESSA

2010

  1. 4x4 Cape
  2. Avril Powrie
  3. Breede Rivier 4x4 Klub
  4. Bridge House School
  5. The Douglas Lederle Memorial Fund
  6. Energizer
  7. George van der Watt
  8. Heather DeYoung
  9. Julie & James Wells
  10. Land Cruiser Club of SA
  11. Laurence Huckstep
  12. Mavis Gash
  13. Mountain Club of South Africa (Paarl/Wellington section)
  14. Ty Hall

2009

  1. Julie & James Wells

2008

  1. Bob Sowden
  2. Brenda Wintgern
  3. Joan & Peter Berning
  4. Julie & James Wells 
  5. Louise Littlewood - The African Collection 
  6. Michael Sparg
  7. Mountain Club of SA
  8. Pieter W Nel
  9. Rod & Jane Green
  10. Sarah Templey
  11. Valerie Enzer

2007

  1. The GriffinsBridge Club 
  2. Paul & Kim Woulfe
  3. Peggy Whitson 

2006

  1. Birding Africa
  2. Ian Michler 
  3. Jessie Middelmann
  4. Lehr Family 
  5. Paul & Kim Woulfe
  6. Paul & Lindsay Middelmann
  7. Ubuntu Trust 

2005

  1. Boland Eco-4's 
  2. Deb Jugan 
  3. Hooper Family 
  4. Jessie Middelmann
  5. Paul & Kim Woulfe
  6. Paul & Lindsay Middelmann 

2004

  1. Jessie Middelmann
  2. Paul & Lindsay Middelmann

The Cape Leopard Trust Trapping Techniques

icon no trapShort overview of three trapping methods considered by the Cape Leopard Trust as safe and humane: Cage traps, Foot loop traps or Foot snares, Soft-catch traps, References to relevant scientific literature.

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