TOUGH, TOUGHER, HONEY BADGER…

2009/07/01

By Steyn Marais Reserve Manager

One of Jakkalsfontein’s more secretive residents is the honey badger (Mellivora capensis), also known by the Afrikaans name, ratel. The only glimpse that...

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Batty things in Kingfisher

2009/06/01

By Steyn Marais Reserve Manager

The little bat pictured here was seen clinging desperately to a house in Kingfisher during the first winter storm this year.

It appears to be a...

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Our African Wild Cat

2009/05/01

By

Steyn Marais

Reserve Manager

The African wild cat Felis silvestris occurs virtually throughout sub - Saharan Africa, and even as far north as countries which bor...

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The whales are calling

2009/01/06

Although unusual for this time of the year, southern right whales have been spotted very close to the Jakkalsfontein beach.

SOUTHERN RIGHT FACT FILE

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UCT Students Visit

2008/11/03

UCT Student Visit to Jakkalsfontein
Printed Newsletter Available

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2011/02/03


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PREHISTORIC JAKKALSFONTEIN
THE NAME - JAKKALSFONTEIN
192 YEARS AGO
EARLY VICTORIAN
A JAKKALSFONTEIN MAN
LOOKING EAST
 

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