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The Great Wilderness Choir

Krugerpark News Information: Walking in to the old disused shop in the Skukuza staff living quarters, you would be forgiven for thinking that you are in the wrong place

Funds Raised For Fight Against Rhino Poaching

Krugerpark News Information: The annual Honorary Ranger (Ranger Support Services) Sunset Serenades were held in the Kruger National Park's (KNP) Letaba Rest camp in 2010

Focus Shifts To Grassland

Krugerpark News Information: Last year SANParks decided to scale down on its land expansion programme, which resulted in only 9 000 hectares being added

Rain Suits And a Brush Cutter Donated

Krugerpark News Information: The honorary rangers are well known for their generosity and tireless support of SANParks. Two recent recipients of this generosity were

Protecting Pepper Bark Trees

Krugerpark News Information: At the back of the Skukuza nursery there is an unassuming row of planting sheds, which most visitors simply pass by without ever knowing its existence

We Need To Need Less

Krugerpark News Information: The current crisis is not a problem of too much carbon dioxide or soil erosion or pollution, it's not the population explosion

Saddle Billed Stork Photographic Survey Finds 55 Birds In South

Krugerpark News Information: The saddle-billed stork photographic survey that took place in the Kruger National Park (KNP) from September 2009 to September 2010 has been concluded

Kruger Fire Raises a Storm

Krugerpark News Information: Park visitors came across severely burnt animals, notably rhino, and conveyed their horror to the media

A Day In a Guides Life At Phalaborwa Gate

Krugerpark News Information: As the walk continued we saw a variety of flowers, insects, birds and markings of animals that had come and gone. Again I heard a rumble and stopped

All Eyes On Biodiversity

Krugerpark News Information: The 2010 target, adopted by more than 190 countries including South Africa, to “significantly reduce the rate of biodiversity loss”

Krugers Crocodile Bridge And Gate Get a Facelift

Krugerpark News Information: The managing executive of the Kruger National Park (KNP), Abe Sibiya officially opened the new Crocodile Bridge and Gate facilities on December 7, 2010

I CAN For Conservation

Krugerpark News Information: It has been calculated that to replace the wood and paper we use in a year, each and every one of us needs to plant at least one new tree every year

Researchers Analyse The Environmentalists Paradox

Krugerpark News Information: Global degradation of ecosystems is widely believed to threaten human welfare, yet accepted measures of well-being show that it is on average improving

Lions Released In Karoo National Park After 170 Years Absence

Krugerpark News Information: Lions were released in Karoo National Park near Beaufort West on November 10, 2010 freely setting foot on the Karoo soil for the first time after an

The Spotlight Should Be On Rabies

Krugerpark News Information: An email came across my desk last week posing an interesting question, “Why are we so concerned with swine flu and avian flu, yet nobody talks about

Less Rhino Sold More Predators Moved To Smaller Reserves

Krugerpark News Information: 2010 could hardly be labelled as a run-of-the-mill year for the SANParks Veterinary Wildlife Services (VWS) unit, especially with more than 120 rhinos

Help Find Ground Hornbill Nests

Krugerpark News Information: If you venture out for a game drive early in the morning, you might be lucky enough to hear the haunting sounds of southern ground hornbill, as the male

Government Praises Hunters

Krugerpark News Information: Water and environmental affairs deputy minister, Rejoice Mabudafhasi, reiterated her commitment to the professional hunting industry of South Africa

Making a Difference In The Eyes Of a Child

Krugerpark News Information: Situated in the Skukuza Staff Village in the Kruger National Park, Skukuza Nursery School provides foundation-phase education to children of the

The Truth About Endangered Giant Sable Lies In Its Genetics

Krugerpark News Information: Despite looking almost identical at first glance, a big group of sable antelope found in Western Zambia are not, to the dismay of conservationists

KNP Man Honoured With Unesco Award

Krugerpark News Information: A core member of the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence for Invasion Biology (CIB), Dr Llewellyn Foxcroft, was one of ten recipients of the 2010 Man and

Host Countries Set Up Troika

Krugerpark News Information: The Governments of Denmark, Mexico and South Africa – hosting COP15, COP16 and COP17, respectively- have established a Troika

No Conflict Over Table Mountain National Park

Krugerpark News Information: There has been no official correspondence from the City of Cape Town to indicate that the municipality wants to take over the management of Table

National Parks Week 2010

Krugerpark News Information: The minister of environmental affairs and tourism, Buyelwa Sonjica, opened the week long free access for South Africans at most South African national

Sunglases Donated To Kruger Rangers

Krugerpark News Information: Kruger National Park's (KNP) head of the finance department, Victor Makhubedu received 300 pairs of protective eyewear for each ranger in the Park from
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