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Enviro Perspectives on Insects

Krugerpark News Information: With the uncertain onset of the rains and increasing temperatures many small creatures are becoming active. Many predatory species are taking advantage

Elephants And Ethics Explored

Krugerpark News Information: What does the management of elephants have to do with abortion, cloning, HIV/Aids, stem cell research and the distribution of medicine during

Do Elephants Count Calories When They Climb

Krugerpark News Information: Despite the fact that there might be lush vegetation growing on the slopes of hills, researchers in Kenya have discovered that elephants are reluctant

De Hoop Dam To Go Ahead

Krugerpark News Information: It has taken nine months, but the minister of environmental affairs and tourism has finally reached the conclusion that the building of the 80 metre

Kruger Park Exit Permits

Krugerpark News Information: As at the end of October 2006, all guests leaving the Kruger National Park (KNP) must be in possession of a valid exit permit

Birding Weekend Gets Bigger And Better

Krugerpark News Information: The ninth annual Kruger Park Birding Weekend, held by the West Rand Honorary Rangers in conjunction with BirdLife South Africa, will once again be held


Krugerpark News Information: Sesbania punicea is a South American shrub, 2-3m tall with bright red flowers, slender branches and distinctive winged seed pods

Best Of The Nxanatseni Region

Krugerpark News Information: Prize for Restcamp of the Year went to Mopani. Entrance Gate of the Year prize went to Giriyondo Gate. Bushcamp of the Year prize went to Sirheni

An Early Christmas For The Nxanatseni Rangers

Krugerpark News Information: Christmas came early this year for the rangers of the Nxanatseni Region, in the form of the Honorary Rangers from the Rangers Support Services Unit

The Mud Builders

Krugerpark News Information: Although they are present further south, the arrival of some of the usual migrant birds in this area appears to be somewhat delayed. The season seems

The Elephant Is Ours

Krugerpark News Information: It would not be unusual be to come across the phrase “I ndlopfu ya hina,” on your next visit to Skukuza Camp. “The elephant is ours”, says the

Spot The Spider

Krugerpark News Information: Think about spiders, members of the second most abundant and diverse group of animals that roam the earth. With more than 5,000 species to choose from in

Soccer Kits Donated To Nxanatseni Region

Krugerpark News Information: Kruger's Nxanatseni region soccer players and supporters met at the Letaba soccer fields on Saturday, September 16, 2006 to celebrate as Jurie Snyman of

Skukuza Congregation Celebrates 20 years With Coral Tree

Krugerpark News Information: For the children of the Pro-Vita Sunday school in the Skukuza staff village in the Kruger National Park, Arbor Day held special significance this year

SAs Rarest Breeding Bird Investigated

Krugerpark News Information: Helicopters, birding telescopes, sunscreen and patience have all been deployed in a two-week long search for South Africa's rarest breeding bird and one

Nxanatseni's Offices Nearing Completion

Krugerpark News Information: Construction of the Nxanatseni region's corporate offices, situated at the Phalaborwa gate, is almost complete and should be finalised by the beginning

New Manager For Transfrontier Park Health Issues

Krugerpark News Information: The integration of the complex human and animal health issues that come as part and parcel of developing massive parks that straddle international

Land Claim Delays Declaration Of Blyde National Park

Krugerpark News Information: The declaration of the national park has been put on hold because of the land claim which the department of land affairs and environmental affairs and

Krugers Groundwater More Than Meets The Eye

Krugerpark News Information: For many people groundwater equates to boreholes making “unavailable and unused” water available for humans, animals and irrigation.

Krugers Baobabs Become Film Stars

Krugerpark News Information: A television production team recently visited the Kruger National Park to film the clash of the titans – the relationship between the park's mighty

Kruger Celebrates Its Cultural Heritage

Krugerpark News Information: Kruger's soccer field was transformed on September 23, 2006 when the park celebrated Heritage Day. A huge map of the Kruger National Park was created

Illegal Mines Flourish

Krugerpark News Information: In South Africa there is a mining industry that is estimated to be worth about R4 billion annually and is rapidly expanding with little thought to the

High Schools Rewarded For Eco Efforts

Krugerpark News Information: Mdluli High School and Frank Maghinyama High School have been chosen by the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve as the two schools that have best put into

Durban Learners Visit Kruger And Meet School Hero, Bandile Mkhize

Krugerpark News Information: For the second year in a row, the grade 12 pupils of Saint Francis College in Durban visited the Kruger National Park, and got the chance to meet one of

An Estimated 1600 Lions In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: It is estimated that there are currently 1,600 lions in the Kruger National Park, give or take 225 animals, and they are nearly all in tiptop condition
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