'Krugerpark News'

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New Africa Climate Exchange

Krugerpark News Information: The BirdLife Africa Partnership has launched a new website about climate change and its impacts on biodiversity in Africa

Hotel in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The development of an hotel at the confluence of the Timfene Spruit and the Crocodile River in the Kruger National Park (KNP) seems to be going ahead

8th Annual Meeting on Savanna Science

Krugerpark News Information: More than 200 scientists and other stakeholders attended the 8th annual Savanna Science Network Meeting held in Skukuza in March

New Radar Network Launched

Krugerpark News Information: The minister of water and environmental affairs, Buyelwa Sonjica, has launched the South African Weather Service's new state-of-the art weather

Lions Kill Suspect

Krugerpark News Information: Lions killed an alleged poacher in the Kruger National Park (KNP) on March 14, 2010

How To Make Wild Dogs Stay

Krugerpark News Information: When the Northern Tuli Game Reserve management released 18 wild dogs on the reserve in April 2008, they were about to find out if

Special School Goes for Green

Krugerpark News Information: A visually impaired teacher, Hulisani Netshituni, addressed the gathering and described how Tshilidzini Special School was improving their environmental

Classification Whats in a Name

Krugerpark News Information: Carl von Linné was a Swedish Biologist who decided to put all plants and animals into different categories. He later also changed his name to fit in

Honorary Rangers Celebrate 10th Sunset Serenade

Krugerpark News Information: To mark the annual Honorary Ranger (HR) (Ranger Support Services) Sunset Serenade's 10th anniversary, this year two functions were held in the

Free Access To Koedoe On Web

Krugerpark News Information: Koedoe, initially known as the research journal for South African National Parks, published its fiftieth issue in 2008. Published annually since 1958 by

Species down disease up

Krugerpark News Information: The decline of species and their habitats may not just make the world boring. New research now suggests it may also put you at greater risk for catching

A Stiff Fine Will Spoil A Good Time

Krugerpark News Information: “Feeding wild animals is as good as signing their death warrant,” said Wanda Mkutshulwa, head of communications at SANParks

Tree Treasures Unlocked

Krugerpark News Information: Most people's general knowledge on trees will include that they provide oxygen and shade, need water and sunlight, are home to some animals

Bush Kids Become Streetwise

Krugerpark News Information: Every year the Children's Eco Training (CET), based in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve (KNPR), rewards learners for the year's work

Forum Wants Compensation For Livestock Losses

Krugerpark News Information: Animals such as lions and elephants often cross the boundaries of the Kruger National Park (KNP) into the bordering communities and cause damage to crops

Letaba Staff Children Get To Know More About The World They Live In

Krugerpark News Information: The people and conservation staff at the Letaba Rest Camp have their work cut out for them during school holidays

Diligence and Determination Pay Off Against Aliens

Krugerpark News Information: Plants that are taken to new environments often thrive and become invasive. This, together with habitat destruction, has been a major cause of extinction
View of a Klipsringer in the wild.

Notes from ranger Henry Wolhuters diary Skukuza Section November 1959

Krugerpark News Information: Field rangers from Msutlu picket report in. They reported two cases of hyena catching full-grown wildebeest. In one instance there were 10 hyenas with

Have Domestic Dogs Infected Kgalagadis Lions

Krugerpark News Information: While four lion deaths are not particularly significant, the vet alert kicks in when these deaths are attributed to a disease more commonly found in

Nature Novices Transform Into Rookie Rangers

Krugerpark News Information: In October this year chaos descended on the Kruger National Park (KNP), as local production house SANHU facilitated the BBC as they filmed the children's

Saddle billed Stork Survey Underway

Krugerpark News Information: The saddle-billed stork is a prized sighting in the Kruger National Park (KNP). Visitors can now share their good fortune in support of science

All In A Weeks Work

Krugerpark News Information: Frankie La Grange is a guide at Tinga Private Game Lodge, a concession near Skukuza in the Kruger National Park. He tells of the highs and lows in a

Save the Elephants - South Africa Foundation

Krugerpark News Information: Since 1998, Steve and Michelle Henley of Save the Elephants - South Africa have studied elephant movements over the 35 000 km2 that make up the GLTP

The Beauty of Olifants Gorge

Krugerpark News Information: Despite countless trips to the gorge, SANHU producer, Katy Johnson, would be back in a flash if she could

Water Wells Bring Sorrow

Krugerpark News Information: Like her grandparents did, Rose and other Cottondale villagers rely on wells, rain or the river for their daily water. Rose knows of three women who have
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