Let’s Be Owl Wise
Cape Town Wildlife

Let’s Be Owl Wise

At the beginning of June, Dagny discovered one of Zeekoevlei's resident male spotted eagle owls, weak and sick, on the ground, he was able to pick the bird up quite easily, which indicated just how sick it was and he also suspected that it was suffering from concussion.
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Rat Poison Threat to City’s Peri-urban Caracals & Wildlife
Cape Town Wildlife

Rat Poison Threat to City’s Peri-urban Caracals & Wildlife

Male caracal, one of six main species affected by lethal rodenticides infiltrating Cape Town’s wildlife food chain. Photo Fenton Cotterill. Urban rat...
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Poison Labels – What Do They Mean?
General Science

Poison Labels – What Do They Mean?

Pesticides are grouped according to the toxicity hazard group to which they belong, and each has different colour-coded poison labels....
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Rat Poisons & Owls
Cape Town Wildlife

Rat Poisons & Owls

There are unfortunately many rat poisons on the market that are not environmentally-friendly and if the dead rodents are eaten...
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