During assessments after the Ocean View Fire, baboon rangers spotted two juvenile baboons from the Da Gama Troop with burn wounds. The juvenile with the limp was looking much better today (17 January 2017) and was seen climbing rocks. A female juvenile with the burn wounds are…
R 2 500 spot fine for feeding baboons. Up to R 40 000 or 1 year in jail (or both) for a second offence. The feeding of baboons is illegal in the Western Cape (Conservation Laws Amendment Act, 2000, Ordinance 19 of 1974.) Regulation 42A of Provincial…
Beware Fake News! The baboon population in the Southern Cape Peninsula is flourishing under the policy of "Keep our baboons wild and safe". The population has doubled from 379 in 2006 to over 600 in 2016. The population is not at risk or in any danger. All…
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