As part of our biosphere conservation program volunteers regularly collect images from our two camera traps set up in the West Coast Fossil Park. Although the locations are chosen randomly, the team looks for signs of activity such as paths through vegetation, animal tracks and droppings. The first site they chose is quite an open […]
Biosphere conservation programs play a vital role in preserving the biodiversity of Cape Town’s West Coast which forms part of the Cape Floristic Region - one of only 25 bio-diverse hot spots globally!
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Volunteering at the Darling Wildflower Show’s preparations recently was a great honour! The Darling Wildflower Society hosts a show every year featuring the Cape Floral Kingdom’s more than 1200 species. This year was their 99th show. When we arrived on the first morning, the main flower show hall had a huge pile of sand in […]