'Krugerpark News'

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zak Smit, Research Manager in Skukuza - Kruger National Park, with his wife Karin

From The Bottom Of A Borehole To Satellite Heights

Krugerpark News Information: Izak Smit has been a regular visitor to the Kruger National Park since he can remember and it was therefore a dream come true for him when he was
Representatives recieve a donation.

Valuable Donations To Rehabilitation Centre

Krugerpark News Information: The South African Tourism office in Amsterdam, in partnership with the South African/Dutch Chamber of Commerce (SANEC), recently held an auction

Leopard Catches Croc For Dinner

Krugerpark News Information: Nedick Bila, senior field guide at Shingwedzi Camp, and eight guests were treated to an exceptional sighting when they saw a leopard killing a crocodile
Large Bird Project Launched in the Kruger National Park

New Project Focussing On Large Birds Launched

Krugerpark News Information: All of the data will feed into a national database, so that the EWT Birds of Prey Working Group can get an idea of how well these unique birds are
Travellers enjoying some Sabie white water.

A Different View of the River

Krugerpark News Information: SANParks scientific services staff from Skukuza in the Kruger National Park (KNP) put on brave faces and took up the challenge of some Sabie River

Enviro Perspectives with Dave Rushworth

Krugerpark News Information: All beetles belong to the order Coleoptera - which is 'the largest and most diverse order in the entire animal kingdom'. Of at least 370,000 identified

Two metre Croc Attacks Girl, in her Own Swimming Pool

Krugerpark News Information: Who would have expected that a normal swim on a Monday afternoon would turn into one of the most traumatic experiences of one's life
Honorary rangers, Andre Vosloo, Willie Engelbrecht and Jan de Wet.

Transformation and Debunking Stereotypes Discussed by Honorary Rangers

Krugerpark News Information: Honorary rangers are often perceived as the 'rich guys who do things in the parks', and this perception needs to be changed with hard work and dedication

Butterfly Wishlist Part 2

Krugerpark News Information: Some butterflies are regarded as quite rare and sometimes a first for a certain area, therefore the general public is asked to assist in spotting and

Norms and Standards for the Management of Elephants in South Africa

Krugerpark News Information: In September 2005, South African minister of environmental affairs and tourism, announced that the cabinet has given him a mandate to develop Norms and
Dr Holger Eckhardt and Adolf Manganyi measuring the size of woody shrubs on the survey.

Scientists Figure out how to Keep Track of the Slow Changes in Vegetation

Krugerpark News Information: There are countless numbers of trees and shrubs growing in the two million hectares of the Kruger National Park. Just how to best survey this complex
SCI volunteers fitting mesh cage around marula seedling.

How do Tree Seedlings Survive all the Hungry Herbivores

Krugerpark News Information: Investigating whether browsing antelope are eating the young seedlings as they start to grow and if this is having an effect on the survival and growth

Something to Brag About | The World's Biggest Collection of Dung

Krugerpark News Information: When scientists around the world think of dung, they think of Jim Mead. Mead, a researcher at Northern Arizona University, is one of the world's

SA to Lift Moratorium on Elephant Culling

Krugerpark News Information: As of May 1, 2008, a moratorium that was placed on the culling of elephants in 1995 will be lifted. This was one of the options in the final
Representatives in one of the squares in the old city of Madrid.

Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Represented at World Congress in Spain

Krugerpark News Information: Debby Thomson, project coordinator for the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, attended the 3rd World Congress on Biospheres, hosted by UNESCO in the city of

Kruger Park Changes Day Visitor Booking Policy

Krugerpark News Information: Day visitors to the Kruger National Park will no longer be able to book their entry as this will be done on a strict first come first served basis. KNP
Vanessa Strydom assisting student Lourens de Lange during firearm training.

Eager Students Begin their Experiential Training

Krugerpark News Information: Each year the Kruger National Park hosts conservation diploma students from various learning institutions around the country for a year of 'experiential

Enviro Perspectives on Flowers with Dave Rushworth

Krugerpark News Information: At this time of year there are numerous flowers to be seen by the keen observer. Many are long lived, or come out in progression over a long period
The GVI volunteers for 2008.

Volunteers Geared up for 2008

Krugerpark News Information: The 2008 Global Vision International volunteers spent their last days at Letaba at the end of January in preparation for their duties in the year ahead

Tourism Plan to Outline Scarce Skills Needed

Krugerpark News Information: A Tourism Skills Sector Plan for 2008/09 is to increase South Africa's skills base by outlining the scarce skills required in the tourism industry

Elephant Twins in the Greater Kruger National Park

Krugerpark News Information: Elephants. Not an uncommon sight in the Kruger National Park area. At any given time, one is likely to encounter a breeding herd containing young


Krugerpark News Information: February to April and even May are the best times for butterflies. Currently it is endeavoured to see if these butterflies and some extras have been
Judith Kruger helping biotechnician Adolf Manganyidata.

Online Data Archive Now Includes All Parks

Krugerpark News Information: Over the last five years Judith has been working on developing a data access system for SANParks, together with ecologists and software developers from

Predators Do More Than Kill Prey

Krugerpark News Information: The direct effect predators have on their prey is to kill them. The evolutionary changes that can result from this direct effect include prey that are
Dr Marie Warren introducing adult wasps onto the figs inside the bags.

Fig Trees and Wasps

Krugerpark News Information: The sycamore fig (Ficus sycomorus) is a tall, distinctive tree with a yellowish bark and fluted stem that is seen growing along the rivers in the Kruger National Park. This spectacular tree is home to a host of insects
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