How do leopards carve out a life for themselves in the Cape mountains? Join us for a talk by Cape Leopard Trust researchers Jeannie Hayward and Anita Meyer, who will share recent findings from the Boland and Cederberg research areas.
The Cape Leopard Trust conducts monitoring and research of these rare animals and over the years has uncovered fascinating information into Cape leopards. If you’d like to know how many leopards have been identified, how they are identified, where they occur and what they eat, this is definitely a presentation to attend. Researchers Jeannie and Anita will give an overview of the Boland and Cederberg projects with the help of a few maps and lots of photographs.
Date: Thursday 15 August 2019
Venue: Cape Union Mart Adventure Centre, Cape Town
Time: 18:15 for 18:30
RSVP to secure your seat
The event is FREE to attend but there are limited seats available, so be sure to RSVP to claim your spot. On the evening of the talk, there will be refreshments and discounted shopping at the store.