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Andrew Muir, Ian Player and Alan McSmith on their recent trip to the Okavango.

Wilderness Trails To Be Expanded By Foundation

Krugerpark News Information: The Wilderness Foundation and the Wilderness Leadership School, founded in the 1950s by conservation legend Dr Ian Player and Magqubu Ntombela, is

Use Genetics, Not Reproduction, To Define Species Say Scientists

Krugerpark News Information: A new paper published in the Journal of Mammology may have serious implications for how scientists designate which mammals belong to which species

Transfrontier Conservation Steps Ahead In Mozambique

Krugerpark News Information: The African Wildlife Foundation is reiterating its commitment to the concept of transfrontier conservation by appointing a technical advisor for the
Marico sunbird female on 'wild cotton' nest - feeding its young

Spring Time Again

Krugerpark News Information: The knobthorns are in full bloom again, heralding in a new season of hope and expectancy. Among over seventy species of Acacia in South Africa the Acacia

Scientific Paper Describes Moving Tale Of Elephant Death

Krugerpark News Information: Fireside tales and anecdotal evidence of how elephants show concern for other distressedo r dying elephants have been backed up by a paper recently
Untouched in November 2004

One Year Later, Plundered Cycad Shows Signs Of Life

Krugerpark News Information: Some of the magnificent cycad plant that was desecrated by plant thieves last July is beginning to make a recovery, and the first green shoots have begun
Pretoriuskop reception in the early days of Kruger.

Off-Road Driving, Lions And Harmonicas, A 1928 Visit To Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: From the day Kruger's gates opened to the public, people have fallen in love with the park, but there can be few people who can boast that their
The Glencoe Baobab

Limpopo Province Proudly Home to SA's Two Biggest Trees

Krugerpark News Information: The Limpopo Province is the proud possessor of South Africa’s two largest trees, both of which are baobabs estimated to be well over 2,000 years old

Leadership For Conservation In Africa Launched

Krugerpark News Information: For the first time in history, African conservation and business leaders have a platform through which they can discuss matters of common interest
Coporate sprots winning teams.

Kruger Regions Compete In Sports Day

Krugerpark News Information: On September 2, 2006 the Kruger National Park held a funfilled sports day. Four staff teams competed against each other in touch rugby, volleyball

Kruger Refines Management Plan

Krugerpark News Information: New legislation calls for conservation agencies like South African National Park to submit a comprehensive management plan to the minister of

Environmental Network Gets Database Manager

Krugerpark News Information: The Phalaborwa-based Ndlovu Node of the South African Environmental Observation Network (Saeon) has recently gained an information manager in the
Buffalo Bull.

Bachelor Buffalo Bulls Face a Big Threat From Lions

Krugerpark News Information: New research carried out in the Kruger National Park has revealed that buffalo bulls are ready, willing and able to take their chances with lions in
Elephant herd drinking at waterhole.

2nd Elephant Science Round Table. Adaptive Elephant Management

Krugerpark News Information: The thirteen scientists at the second Elephant Science Round Table have reached agreement on a set of guidelines that should help government draw up a

Planned Burning Breaks Kruger’s Veld Up Into A Mosaic

Krugerpark News Information: At the moment, about a fifth of the Kruger National Park's 19,500km2 has been consumed by fire. Most fires have been planned patch burns ignited by

New Road Part Of Addo’s 75th Anniversary Celebrations

Krugerpark News Information: Addo Elephant National Park keeps getting bigger and better, and the chance to explore five of South Africa's seven biomes in one national park has just

Top Honours For Giriyondo’s Official Opening

Krugerpark News Information: The Giriyondo Tourism Acces Facility is 95km from the Phalaborwa Gate, and only 42km from Letaba Camp. The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park will link

Pretoriuskop Soccer Team Gets A Kick Start

Krugerpark News Information: Martha Makhubebu, owner of the Mkhuhlu Filling Station, has sponsored the Pretoriuskop soccer team with a full kit for the sporting year

Limpopo To Retract Advert For Cites Permits

Krugerpark News Information: The Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (Ledet) intends to retract its recent advertisement explaining the procedure

Heads Of State Put Giriyondo On The Map

Krugerpark News Information: The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park Giriyondo Tourism Access Facility opened its gates to the public on December 7, 2005. On August 16, 2006, those

Elephant Round Table Line-Up Confirmed

Krugerpark News Information: The department of environmental affairs and tourism has confirmed the line-up of scientists who will take part in the second Elephant Science Round Table

College Receives R700 000 Donation

Krugerpark News Information: On August 7, Nissan North America (NNA) and the WWF jointly presented R700 000 ($100,000) to the South African Wildife College (SAWC)
Ornate Sandveld Lizard

Lizard Classification

Krugerpark News Information: It is necessary to view our lizards in the context of all the species of reptiles that inhabit the world. The world's 6550 species of reptiles are

Buffalo And Bison Battle It Out To Find The Boss Of The Bush

Krugerpark News Information: From Kruger to Kansas to KwaZulu-Natal, from buffalo to bison, the search is onto find out what makes the world's savannas tick
Impala numbers higher than that of the other animals counted.

Annual Census Reveals An Increase In Herbivore Numbers

Krugerpark News Information: With the exception of wildebeest and possibly impala, it looks like the numbers of most of the herbivores in the Kruger National Park
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