Baboons are considered by many South Africans to be vermin. And in some provinces of South Africa they can be culled without even the need for permission from the local wildlife authority. It is against this background that the City of Cape Town’s current investment of R12.3…
 The following presentation provides an overview of key performance indices over the past five years of baboon management on the Cape Peninsula.  This period marked the start of a concerted effort to keep baboons out of urban areas with better resourcing, improved management tools and better data…
How much do you know about the baboons living on the Cape Peninsula, Western Cape, South Africa?  Here are ten important facts:  1) The number of baboons on the Peninsula has increased by 36% since the first population census in 1998 to the most recent in 2015…
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