Help map the distribution of Africa’s unique and diverse freshwater fish by using FishMAP and submitting your photographic records.
The brilliant array of birdlife should be the number one reason you visit Cape Point Nature Reserve.
Discover what a magical resource butterflies and moths are for local ecosystems at Spring LepiBASH from 18 to the 26 of October.
The Animal Demography Unit encourages each one of us to become a citizen scientist this Citizen Science Week, from 20 to 28 September.
Knowledge of the whereabouts of many African mammals is outdated and based on unverified anecdotes. Filling this crucial gap in that knowledge is the main aim of MammalMAP – the African Mammal Atlas Project.
Corlia Meyer talks about the research she is doing to predict how the bank cormorant will react to temperature increases and other climate changes as a result of global warming.
The cabbage white is a butterfly belonging to the family Pieridae. The cabbage white is South Africa’s only alien butterfly, and it is expanding its range continuously, and alarmingly.
Baboon spiders are placid, enigmatic animals that would rather keep to themselves than risk an encounter with human beings. And believe it or not, there are people who are fascinated by them…
Participate in Project Painted Lady by sending in your photos, and help in the conservation of South Africa’s painted lady butterflies.