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Balule Wild Dog Re-introduction Successful Despite Setbacks

Krugerpark News Information: The seven wild dogs released into the Balule Private Nature Reserve in May last year have settled in well, producing two litters of pups
Brian Jones discusses the care of the rhino with his students.

Baby Rhino Finds New Foster Parents

Krugerpark News Information: Over the last forty years, Brian Jones has not lost the knack of looking after baby rhino, and his repertoire of soothing burbles and grunts calms the

Kruger Park 2005 | 6 In Review

Krugerpark News Information: A total number of 1 243 4657 tourists visited the Kruger National Park during the 2005/6 financial year. According to the Sanparks 2005/6 annual report
Elephants hug.

Blue Tooth For Elephants

Krugerpark News Information: It was all connected – the GPS, the cellphone and the blue tooth technology – so how did a couple tonnes of elephant lying on its side in the bush fit
Roy Bengis

Roy Bengis...A gentleman and a scholar

Krugerpark News Information: It may be a an old and hackneyed phrase, but the description “a gentleman and a scholar” perfectly fits Dr Roy Bengis, the chief state veterinarian

Report's Findings On Tragic 2001 Kruger Fire Released

Krugerpark News Information: The final report of the commission of inquiry into the fire that raged through the Pretoriuskop area of the Kruger National Park on September 4, 2001

R7 Million From Rhino And Buffalo Auction

Krugerpark News Information: An auction held in Pretoria has raised R7.2 million for the Sanparks Park Development Fund. The money is earmarked to buy new land for South Africa's

Giant Ball In The Bush Gets Go-ahead

Krugerpark News Information: There will soon be a new landmark in the vicinity of Skukuza, in the form of a huge ball – six and a half metres in diameter - balanced on top of a tall
Rangani Tsanwani, a field guide based at Shingwedzi.

Exploring Kruger's Delights, Both New And Old

Krugerpark News Information: How do you package the essence of the Kruger experience into two days? Could it be spending five hours at the Nsemani dam near Satara
A buffalo herd crossing the road.

Enviro Perspectives on Silence

Krugerpark News Information: While watching a large herd of buffalo crossing the road near Orpen recently, I was impressed by the relative silence and degree of organisation
David Attenborough

Dinner With David Attenborough

Krugerpark News Information: The beginning of October has just seen the second visit of Sir David Attenborough in two years to the Hoedspruit region while filming what is reported

De Hoop Dam EWT May Seek Legal Review Of Process

Krugerpark News Information: Environmental affairs minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk issued a final go-ahead to the construction of the De Hoop dam and its associated 300km of

Conservation In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: In line with the protected areasact, the Kruger National Park has been busy drawing up a park management plan that will guide the park's management
Male Amur Falcon

Bird Watchers On The Lookout For Migratory Kestrels

Krugerpark News Information: Bird watchers with a special interest in the small raptors are on standby at various points in the country, hoping to be the first to spot the arrival

Big Bucks From Biltong Hunting

Krugerpark News Information: About 17 million hectares of privately owned South African land are currently used for wildlife ranching and conservation, and about 200,000 South
Best ranger station: Tshokwane

Best Of The Nkayeni Region

Krugerpark News Information: Award for Rest camp of the year goes to Satara. Prize for Entrance Gate of the year was won by Orpen Gate. Ranger section of the year award went to

Best Of The Marula Region

Krugerpark News Information: Award for Rest camp of the year goes to Berg-en-Dal. Prize for Entrance Gate of the year was won by Kruger Gate. Ranger section of the year award went

Which River In Kruger Is The Cleanest

Krugerpark News Information: In the Kruger National Park there are five major rivers that historically flowed all year round – the Crocodile, the Sabie, the Olifants, the Letaba

What Will Stop The Olifants River Drying Up Again

Krugerpark News Information: Hundreds of fish gasped their last, hippos battled it out in tiny pools and vegetation wilted and died last year in the Kruger National Park when the
Sand mining in the Mvoti River north of Durban.

What Does Minerals And Energy Do About Illegal Sand Mining

Krugerpark News Information: According to minerals and energy, the department 'polices' all mining activities. The department can designated an official as an 'authorised person'

Kruger Memory Photo Competition

Krugerpark News Information: Fatima Patel has won two nights for two at Wilderness Safaris Pafuri Camp in the far north of the Park. This stunning tented camp is located in the
Samples stored in liquid nitrogen.

The Bloody Bank At Skukuza

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park is also an official branch of a nationwide bank, dealing in deposits and withdrawals and savings, but the clients at the bank

Insects Getting More Attention In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The eruption of two insect species in the Mooiplaas ranger section within a short successive period caught the attention of not only personnel in the

Indigenous Plants Take Centre Stage

Krugerpark News Information: The second Annual Mpumalanga Indigenous Plant sale blossomed from September 22-20, 2006 at Forever Resorts Aventura Badplaas, drawing respected botanists

Fighting Veld Fires

Krugerpark News Information: The 1998 veld and forest fire act places the burden on landowners to control fires on their land, but landowners have access to a variety of resources
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