The Table Mountain Fund

  • Sort Blog:
  • All
  • All the small things
  • Birds
  • Endemic Birds
  • Estuaries
  • Fabulous Fynbos Wines
  • Festive Fynbos
  • Fire and Fynbos
  • Freshwater
  • Fynbos Flavours
  • Fynbos Food
  • Green Lifestyle
  • Heritage Day
  • Hike the Cape
  • Hike.Run.Explore
  • Icons of the CFK
  • In The Field
  • Introductory Series
  • Know Your Fynbos
  • Mammals
  • MPAs
  • News
  • Places
  • Pollinators
  • Reptiles
  • Run the Cape
  • The CFK
  • The Table Mountain Fund Book
  • Uncategorized
  • Women in Conservation
  • Women's Month

The Himalayan Tahrs of Table Mountain

Have you ever seen a peculiar, goat-like mammal trotting the slopes of Table Mountain? If so, you’ve stumbled upon the infamous Himalayan Tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus), a large ungulate (“hoofed animal”) native to Northern India, Southern Tibet, China and Nepal (ref). The story of how these exotic,...

Soulfood

In October 2012, prompted by her passion and concern for the health, safety and general well-being of the children and youth of the Snake Park Community in Grabouw, Lynette de Bruyn Davids started her Soulfood Feeding Scheme. Every Wednesday afternoon Lynette now feeds over 60...

Sleeping under a rock rainbow: A night at the Wolfberg Arch

  Pitching a small hiking tent beneath the Cederberg’s gargantuan star-speckled sky is something special; falling asleep with the silhouette of a giant rock arch towering above your head is just plain extraordinary. And then, of course, there’s waking up. A slither of sunlight crept across my face,...

Call for concept proposal to the Table Mountain Fund

Introduction The Table Mountain Fund (TMF) was established in 1998 with funds from local and international sources. TMF is a significant partner of C.A.P.E. (Cape Action for People and the Environment), the multi-stakeholder conservation partnership that drives fynbos conservation efforts. Furthermore, TMF aims to cement partnerships,...

Inverroche Gin: Fine fynbos flavours distilled

Off the beaten track, in the little seaside village of Stilbaai on the Western Cape coast, Lorna Scott is making magic with a unique business idea born out of two things: a long-held fascination with distilling, and an awe-inspired passion for Cape fynbos. Her masterpiece is...

Looking for some peace and quiet? Look for Tranquility Cracks

Table Mountain’s ‘tabletop’ isn’t as flat as it looks. Many of us have learnt the hard way that walking on the mountain involves a surprising amount of undulation over buttresses, through ravines and over many a rocky mound. But that’s not all, once you’re up there...

The art of fynbos: four inspiring botanical artists

Our Cape Floral Kingdom is a natural work of art.  From the tiny, bulbous needles of the fiery Pincushion, to the striking, feminine blooms of the Watsonia, the silvery ‘kolletjies’ of the Brunia, the delicate, miniature blossoms of the Erica, and the regal grandeur of...