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Ecological impact of African cities

Krugerpark News Information: African cities are growing faster than anywhere else in the world. This is having a major impact, but few ecologists are studying the urban environment

Cheetah and Wild Dog Census in Kruger National Park Underway

Krugerpark News Information: The fifth wild dog and third cheetah photographic census in and around the Kruger National Park is underway
A bearded Vulture at full flight.

Bearded Vulture Nestlings Fitted with Satellite Transmitters

Krugerpark News Information: On the weekend of November 22 and 23, 2008, a team of conservationists fitted two bearded Vulture nestlings with satellite tracking devices

Tourism skills training for unemployed launched

Krugerpark News Information: Some 28 000 tourism industry employees could benefit from the newly launched Adult Basic Education and Training (Abet)-Tourism

To bird or not to bird

Krugerpark News Information: “Why do people become birders?” I guess this is the age-old dilemma that so bothered Hamlet ... “To bird or not to bird, that is the question”

Still searching for crocodile killer

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) will be removing all crocodile carcasses from the Olifants and Letaba rivers

Southern African Rock Art Facts

Krugerpark News Information: Read about some interesting Did you know Southern African rock art facts. San artists used fingers, animal hair brushes, stick and feathers to draw

Man dies in suspected Buffalo attack

Krugerpark News Information: Roy Munks (65) died on Tuesday July 22, 2008, apparently from loss of blood from injuries sustained during an attack by a buffalo

Kruger Park stands to be devastated by Climate Change

Krugerpark News Information: Up to two-thirds of the animal species in the Kruger National Park could become extinct if global temperatures increase at the current rate

Honorary Rangers train hotel staff

Krugerpark News Information: The front-line staff of the prestigious five-star Cape Grace, situated on a private quay at the V & A Waterfront attended a training course at Table

History recorded on Rocks

Krugerpark News Information: Pictures define people. As much as they tell stories about what they portray, they also reveal a lot about the people that created them

Equipment donated to Nxanatseni region

Krugerpark News Information: Members of the Bushveld region Honorary Rangers (HR) handed over equipment to the value of R15,500 to the Kruger National Park's
An archaelogical discovery site near Hoedspruit.

A glimpse of the past uncovered in Hoedspruit

Krugerpark News Information: Two archaeologists made interesting discoveries during a procedural archaeological assessment preceding the Zandspruit Development at the farm Happylands

160 Elephants donated to Zambia

Krugerpark News Information: The South African government has donated 160 elephants to Lusenga Plains National Park in Zambia's Kawambwa Disrict

Young minds explore the Environment

Krugerpark News Information: Armed with a sponsored 'goodie' bag filled with T-Shirt, cap, waterbottle and pencil case, about 500 learners from 10 schools, some having never been

Suzanne appointed at K2C Birding Route

Krugerpark News Information: Suzanne Riezebos, a masters student in environmental sciences, of the University Wageningen in Holland

Olifants Restcamp gets a new face

Krugerpark News Information: The cost of the upgrades to the main building in Olifants, which started at the beginning of May 2007, is estimated at R5.5 million

Lodge group scoops international awards again

Krugerpark News Information: The Singita group has triumphed in this year's US Travel and Leisure World's Best Awards 2008, wining three awards

Leopard cruelly caught in snare

Krugerpark News Information: When Brian Jones and his team from Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre set out to rescue a snared leopard on Sunday, July 6, they were not sure what to

Leopard captured and put down

Krugerpark News Information: An old male leopard was captured in the Makoko village, about 10 kilometres south of the Numbi Gate of the Kruger National Park (KNP) on July 4, 2008
Family of Elephants.

Elephant Population Management

Krugerpark News Information: In and around Kruger National Park (KNP), the issue of elephant management is highly debated, as some scientists argue that there are too many elephants

Hackers fight Queen of the Night

Krugerpark News Information: The Honorary Rangers (HR) have declared war on alien plants. Armed with their knapsack sprayers and metal spikes HRs of the Lowveld region targeted

Felines eat more types of prey than canines

Krugerpark News Information: Faced with earlier studies stating that the big predators such as tigers, lions, and lynxes fulfil their dietary needs by eating one or two types of prey

Diary of Rob Thomson at Parfuri

Krugerpark News Information: From the diary of Rob Thomson at Pafuri section during December 2001. Saturday 1, Rainfall 7.7mm Complete month-end admin

Culinary Triumphs

Krugerpark News Information: A weekend where food and friends featured first on the agenda was the hallmark of the Lowveld Chaîne des Rôtisseurs inauguration at the
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