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Media Release: Spring Has Sprung At Cape Point

Date: 2003-09-12

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Spring has sprung in the Cape Peninsula National Park. This bontebok foal and its mother was spotted at Buffels Bay in the Cape of Good Hope section of the park. According to CPNP section ranger, Justin Buchmann, the peak lambing season is September/October but late arrivals do occur up to November. 

During the past few days CPNP rangers have reported sightings of two more foals at Cape Point. Visitors to the area will also be able to view spectacular displays of daisies, vygies and other wild flowers. 

Issued By:
AFRIKOM ON BEHALF OF CAPE PENINSULA NATIONAL PARK

Enquiries:
Justin Buchmann
CPNP
Tel: (021) 780-9100/1 

OR 

Netacha Bessick
AFRIKOM
Tel: (021) 423-7263 

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