Looking at our natural heritage this Heritage Day – do you know what our national representatives are?
The snakes of Cape Town are slowly coming out of hibernation – here are some common myths about snakes and advice on what to do if you find a snake in your home.
Meet the people who are monitoring and conserving South Africa’s threatened plants and find out how you can join their team!
An extraordinary journey of discovery and recovery in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens – a rainbow kingdom.
This Arbor Week here are some tree-mendously important facts about trees!
All you need to know about South Africa’s most threatened plant – the cycad.
On the 14th of August 2015, VulPro auctioned off the adoption of three of their five captive bred Cape vulture chicks.
A small species of plant, thought to be possibly extinct, has been rediscovered on the slopes of Lion’s Head.
The annual Cape Leopard Trust luncheon was yet another success and raised ZAR450,000 towards the research and conservation of predators in the Cape.
Take the BirdLife International survey on International Vulture Awareness Day, 5 September 2015, and learn to love vultures!
A rhino relocation experience changes the life of this blogger.
A number of African penguins are given a second chance thanks to SANCCOB who rescued them from oil spills.
Membership to the Botanical Society of South Africa is about so much more than just entry into their gardens. Here are 10 reasons to become a member:
Your guide to viewing the spring flowers in the West Coast region of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
The Cape Leopard Trust’s Fundraiser is uniting people for leopards with a great luncheon at Leopards Leap in Franschhoek!
The Endangered Wildlife Trust is dedicated to conserving threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa.
Beauty Without Cruelty showing how everyone can make caring choices in everyday life.
Addo Elephant National Park’s fight against rhino poaching was stepped up a notch recently when it took ownership of a Polaris all-terrain vehicle.
Find out how MyPlanet supports the Volunteer Wildfire Services and the amazing firefighting work they are doing in the Western Cape.
Whales freed from entanglement in fishing lines and shark nets thanks to your help!
The NSPCA have a National Donkey Upliftment Project aimed at providing a hand up to donkey owners and their animals.
SANCCOB is synonymous with African penguins. Since being established in 1968, SANCCOB has treated approximately 90,000 oiled, ill, injured and abandoned African penguins and other seabirds.
MyPlanet has raised a whopping R109 862 for Wildlife ACT Fund’s cheetah conservation efforts.
It’s been an incredible year at the Society for Animals in Distress thanks to the support of donors participating in the MyPlanet fundraising programme.
With MyPlanet donations Food & Trees for Africa has successfully planted 161 trees through the Trees for All programme at nine schools.
The Albatross Task Force is working with fishermen to mitigate the seabird by-catch of fishing practices.
The Avianator Project is taking teachers and learners on a journey through the world of birds.
WWF South Africa is working on a novel fisheries improvement project as part of ongoing efforts to help communities live in harmony with nature.
BirdLife South Africa is identifying the major threats to birds and their habitats in the Western Cape as well as the kinds of conservation action needed to ensure the continued survival of our birds.
My Planet helping the Cape Leopard Trust by funding amazing camera trap technology.
The MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fundraising programme is helping LepiMAP to determine the distribution and conservation priorities of butterflies and moths on the African continent.
The MyPlanet Rhino Fund shows how it has been supporting best-practice and new innovations in rhino conservation since its creation in March 2011.