The population of the Cape Peninsula Managed Baboon Troops continues to show positive growth (view PDF table on link below). This is supported by the ratio of juveniles: adult females in the population being greater than 1. Another positive trend is that overall mortality is lower than…
By Julian Saunders A shorter version of this article was published in the Cape Argus, 16 October 2009. Translocating baboons off the Peninsula: Do the benefits outweigh the costs? I recently argued the need for a baboon sanctuary on the Cape Peninsula (Cape Argus, 16 October 2009). Since then,…
The Baboon Technical Team has issued a Situation Report Update on the Northern Troops as @ 17h00, Wednesday 4 March, 2015. Over 60 baboon rangers from City of Cape Town’s service provider, Human Wildlife Solutions, manage 405 baboons in ten managed ten troops, divided into three management…
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