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African Wild Dog in Zimbabwe

Running on Rocket Fuel

Krugerpark News Information: Nature's currency is energy, and in theory, keeping the cost of living low leaves more in the “piggy bank” for reproduction
The scimitar horned oryx extinct in the wild

Springboks Thrive While Other Antelope Face Extinction

Krugerpark News Information: A quarter of all antelope species are threatened with extinction, according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Tourism Spending on The Increase in SA

Krugerpark News Information: In the context of an extremely challenging global environment, South Africa's tourism sector continues to do well

Savanna Fires a Hot Topic in New UK/KNP Research Collaboration

Krugerpark News Information: Geographers from the University of Leicester are to use state-of-the-art technology to investigate how climate change is affecting the Kruger National
orangutan in Sumatra

Orangutan Conservation Hindered by Poor Law Enforcement

Krugerpark News Information: Lack of law enforcement against illegal trade in Indonesia threatens the survival of orangutans and gibbons on Sumatra, a new study by the wildlife trade
Baby Elephant.

Orphaned Elephants Forced to Forge New Bonds Decades After Ivory Ban

Krugerpark News Information: Molecular Ecology, reveal that the negative effects of poaching persist for decades after the killing has ended

National Bird Week 2009

Krugerpark News Information: BirdLife South Africa declared May 4 to 10 national bird week. “We decided to use garden birds to advance bird conservation
Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Sunset Serenade to Sponsor Stealth Solutions For Rangers

Krugerpark News Information: The annual sunset serenade fundraising event to take place in June and September 2009 at the Kruger National Park's Letaba Rest Camp
Rhino poached in Nwanetsi/Tshokwane

Big Bust Leaves a Hole in SAs Illegal Rhino Horn Trade

Krugerpark News Information: The SANParks Environmental Crime Investigation (ECI) Unit, a team of dedicated and skilled individuals, is determined to put an end to poaching
Anopheles albimanus feeding on a human

Barcoding DNA to Identify Menacing Mosquitoes

Krugerpark News Information: Researchers from the University of Ghana for the first time are using DNA “barcoding” - examining a small fraction of an organism's DNA sequence - for

A Happy Ending

Krugerpark News Information: It all started many months ago when something we often see on our roads touched the heart of a man dedicated to conservation all his life

Kingsley Holgate takes to the road to promote transfrontier conservation

Krugerpark News Information: Well-known Africa explorer, Kingsley Holgate, will lead an expedition across nine Southern African Development Countries (SADC) from May to August 2009
A view on the Limpopo River

SANParks opposes proposal to mine coal at Mapungubwe

Krugerpark News Information: South African National Parks (SANParks) is challenging an ap- plication for a R3 trillion mining operation to be established at the entrance to the

Thatch Harvesting in the Kruger National Park

Krugerpark News Information: The removal of renewable natural resources such as wood, medicinal plants, fish, insects and grass from within National Parks has been a contentious

Sable antelope bull sold for R3 million

Krugerpark News Information: A sable antelope (Hippotragus niger kirkii) bull was sold for R3 million at the annual Gravelotte game auction

On Patrol in the Phalaborwa Section

Krugerpark News Information: “If we were to award every ranger injured, kidnapped or assassinated since the fourth World Parks Congress in 1992

New Insights into lions genetic evolution

Krugerpark News Information: An international team of researchers has successfully traced the evolutionary history of the world's lions in unprecedented detail

New boats to help patrol Olifants gorge in fight against illegal fishing

Krugerpark News Information: The managing executive of the Kruger National Park, Dr Bandile Mkhize, presented Mozambique's Limpopo National Park

Mkhize takes up top job at Ezemvello

Krugerpark News Information: The managing executive of the Kruger National Park, Dr Bandile Mkhize, has taken up the position of chief executive officer of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

Marula Weir Bites the Dust

Krugerpark News Information: Lourie Venter, head of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) special forces school, estimated about six tonnes of explosives

Lion Attack | The Aftermath

Krugerpark News Information: 10 October, Oom Paul's Birthday. We departed from Metsi Metsi camp on the Friday, not thinking much about dates and birthdays

KZN students come to Limpopo to hug trees

Krugerpark News Information: Towards the end of last year eight students from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Durban and Pietermaritzburg) stepped into a minibus to go all the way
Buffalo herd at sunset.

Five year survey aims to detect link between worms and TB in buffalo

Krugerpark News Information: If you come across a collared buffalo in the vicinity of Crocodile Bridge or Lower Sabie, chances are it is one of 200 animals

Fires regenerate African grassland

Krugerpark News Information: Are fires more important than rain for the savannah ecosystem. Natural grass fires are evidently more important for the ecology of savannahs

Endangered and indigenous plants cultivated at Skukuza nursery

Krugerpark News Information: Not many visitors to the Kruger National Park (KNP) are aware of the impressive indigenous plant nursery
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