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Reported caracal sightings mirror caracal GPS-collar data!

July 11, 2019


Curiousity doesn't always have to kill the cat....

July 18, 2018


What's for dinner?

May 29, 2018

The greenbelts that remain can enable wildlife persistence in fragmented habitat


Why do cats eat cats?

August 11, 2016

The Urban Caracal Project at work: Investigating GPS clusters to make many cool discoveries!

December 21, 2015

The ladies of the Cape Peninsula aren't picky eaters

May 19, 2016


The unexpected consequences of rat poison use in urban areas

March 21, 2016

What's for dinner? Discovering Savannah's diet

May 24, 2015


Is inbreeding a critical threat to Cape caracals?

April 19, 2019


What's natural habitat to a caracal?

June 25, 2018


The life and death of Laduma, an urban caracal legend

February 15, 2017


With "Hope" springs new life

June 15, 2016


The birds and the bees and caracals: raising kittens in the city

April 26, 2016


What's a young male to do to find a home of his own?

June 17, 2015


Road crossing hotspots are roadkill hotspots too

April 6, 2016

Cats at day and night: are caracals really nocturnal?

July 28, 2015


Hermes and his awe-inspiring story of resilience

November 19, 2018


The days of their lives: Fire Lily’s 2-day feast in Noordhoek

October 16, 2018

Prospero's long journey: a gauntlet of poachers, poisons, and cars

June 18, 2018


When fires erupt, what happens to the caracals?

September 19, 2017


How we study elusive, rarely seen wildlife: the power of advancing technology

October 30, 2016

A chain of poisoning: rat poisons kill more than just rats

June 30, 2015

The resilience of wild cats in the face of environmental change: Atticus wears the scars of the March fires

June 11, 2016