'Krugerpark News'

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Andre and Marnus reach a dream in kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The 'Reach for a Dream' Foundation is an organisation that has brought hope and healing to countless young South Africans and it believes strongly in the

What are the Bankenveld Honorary Rangers Up To

Krugerpark News Information: The Bankenveld region is not only home to wonderful highveld grasslands, but also a group of very active honorary rangers (HR)

An Overview of Kruger Park Timeline

Krugerpark News Information: 4000 BP Some of the baobabs still standing in the Kruger National Park (KNP) today may have first started to grow 4 000 years ago

Advanced bookings fo visits to Kruger National Park reintroduced

Krugerpark News Information: Day visitors to the Kruger National Park will again be able to book ahead of time to secure their entrance to South Africa's most well known

Raptor Conservationists Rewarded at Annual Conference

Krugerpark News Information: The fourth annual birds of prey conference, hosted by the Endangered Wildlife Trust's Birds of Prey Working Group (EWT-BoPWG), took place in Skukuza

Letaba Elephant Statue in Protective Custody

Krugerpark News Information: Kirsty Redman, environmental interpretive education officer for the Kruger National Park (KNP), was at the Honorary Rangers' Indaba in Berg-en-Dal

Environmental Change Re-draws Atlas of Africa

Krugerpark News Information: Africa's rapidly changing environmental landscape, from the disappearance of glaciers in Uganda's Rwenzori Mountains to the loss of Cape Town's unique

Rhinos on the rise in Africa but northern white nears extinction

Krugerpark News Information: African rhinos have reached record numbers for the first time in decades, but the northern white rhino, Ceratotherium simum cottoni, is on the brink

A new home and new front teeth – what more does a leopard need

Krugerpark News Information: A male leopard has had an unusual year, which began when Gerrie Comacho from the National Leopard Forum stepped in to save its life
The Schraader family.

Golfing for the school

Krugerpark News Information: The first of two annual golf days in support of Skukuza Primary School took place on May 31, and brought in more than R20 000 for the school
The grey tree frog or foam-nest frog.

Let sleeping frogs lie

Krugerpark News Information: The grey tree frog - more commonly referred to as the foam nest frog - is the largest of our 'tree frogs', with females growing to a length of around
2008 MIss Earth South Africa.

2008 Miss Earth South Africa

Krugerpark News Information: A platform to empower and educate young women is the last thing you would expect from an event of this nature. The “Miss Earth South Africa
Kirsty Redman recieving award from Mr Paddyachee and Janssen Davies.

Honorary rangers contribute R12 million to national parks

Krugerpark News Information: From January 1 to December 31 last year, the Honorary Ranger's (HR) corps contributed more than R12 million to the coffers of SANParks
The Pompom Weed.

Pompom weed – a rapidly increasing menace

Krugerpark News Information: Pompom weed is an invasive weed of grasslands, savanna and wetlands that threatens conservation and agriculture in South Africa

Crane conservationist wins award

Krugerpark News Information: Kerryn Morrison, manager of the Endangered Wildlife Trust's African Cranes, Wetlands and Communities programme (ACWAC) has been awarded the African

Mabudhafasi launches national environment month

Krugerpark News Information: “We must make cleaning our surroundings and the country to be our daily routine for the health of our citizens and the environment as spelled out in
Children perform traditional dance at Kruger National birthday celebratrions.

Krugers regions share 110th birthday celebrations with their neighbours

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) began a three-week long celebration of its 110th birthday with a community celebration function at Phalaborwa on
Rangers Day at Kruger National Park.

Rangers strut their stuff on Rangers Day

Krugerpark News Information: Kruger National Park (KNP) rangers are the conservation ears and eyes of the park. It is their duty to protect and maintain the integrity of their areas
Choirs at the Kruger National Park.

Fellowship through song

Krugerpark News Information: Two cultures met in song (and dance) during a joint performance by the Purdue Varsity Glee Club (PVGC) and the Kruger National Park (KNP) choir in
Cape Parrots found in the forests in KwaZulu-Natal

35 Cape parrots counted in Limpopo

Krugerpark News Information: The Cape Parrot, Poicephalus robustus robustus, is endemic to South Africa. It only occurs in the afromontane yellowwood forests found in KwaZulu-Natal

Algae kills again in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The death toll caused by blooms of blue-green algae, Microcystis, in some of Kruger's waterpoints has increased

Vacuum cleaners, tyres, bug movies all contribute names to top 10 species of 2007

Krugerpark News Information: The international institute for species exploration at Arizona State University and an international committee of taxonomists, scientists responsible
Tragic pasing of crocodiles in Olifants and Letaba Rivers.

Crocodile deaths puzzle scientists

Krugerpark News Information: In the past week rangers and scientists in the Kruger National Park (KNP) have detected a cluster of crocodile mortalities mainly in the eastern parts
Kruger rand celebrations.

Special Krugerrands mark the parks 110th birthday

Krugerpark News Information: It is not everyday that a silver medallion is tossed into a river intentionally. Sydney Soundy, chief operating officer of SANParks
The baby rhino being treated at Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre.

Baby rhino treated at rehab centre

Krugerpark News Information: A baby rhino, estimated to be a week old, was taken to the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, situated near Kampersrus
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