Last year my supervisors and I worked hard on securing funding to get my samples tested for exposure to environmental pollutants. In June 2018 we were delighted to hear we got it! The Table Mountain Fund granted us the full funding for the testing... However, I still needed to arrange my own personal funding in … Continue reading Urban Caracal Project goes to Spain!
I've been sorting out the caracal kills database over the last few weeks, filling in missing information and looking through photos of kills that never made it to the freezer for closer inspection. It can be tricky identifying a half-eaten prey item when you have it right in front of you, but this becomes much more … Continue reading When predator becomes urban caracal prey
I was fortunate enough to attend the annual South African Wildlife Management Association symposium in Tzaneen, Limpopo last week. I presented some of the preliminary findings on the Cape Town caracals' diet, focusing on the differences between two methods (kills found at GPS clusters and scat). We had to make a poster and also give … Continue reading SAWMA symposium 2016